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Wtf..TUESDAYs?!?! Did you guys move the WNY or something? They don’t work there either!


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Don’t worry we can even wait till after the school year is Over


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Don’t worry we can even wait till after the school year is Over


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Haha...how kind but being a teacher forces me to a full year job - summer camp! Have fun - keep the reports coming!


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After Turkey hunting we took a quick ride to lake Erie and threw kayak in. Gorgeous day.  no fish but it was fun. 20190519_160535.thumb.jpg.fe8d92a9e168c65688e7d1d1c47dcd6a.jpg

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After Turkey hunting we took a quick ride to lake Erie and threw kayak in. Gorgeous day.  no fish but it was fun. 20190519_160535.thumb.jpg.fe8d92a9e168c65688e7d1d1c47dcd6a.jpg
Where did you drop in?
That stretch of shoreline looks familiar.

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Wtf..TUESDAYs?!?! Did you guys move the WNY or something? They don’t work there either!


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Actually I want in on this, a Tuesday afternoon suits my travel schedule perfectly


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8 hours ago, mlammerhirt said:

Where did you drop in?
That stretch of shoreline looks familiar.

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That is right by rats

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Passed on the gobblers yesterday as my buddy offered me a spot on his boat. Spent about 7 hours on Ontario. Didn't crush them and the weather started to mess with us around noon, but we still had a good time on the water. I've got the kings and lone brown filets in a brine now. Will take them out tonight to dry and plan to smoke them tomorrow afternoon. Belo's adventures of smoking wild game continue haha.

We also caught a laker but I've yet to meet someone who recommends eating an Ontario Laker. And yes, I know that's a sh!ty pic of the brown.003.thumb.JPG.2dd6ef4a6271f2e23f2d0b6b6691aa06.JPG004.thumb.JPG.9729f4f0fbd4ef3c02c6eee6e455484a.JPG006.thumb.JPG.397426dcaf85814d504c69e3fdbdb030.JPG

 

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"Ethical behavior is doing the right thing when no one else is watching, even when the wrong thing is legal"

-Aldo Leopold 

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On 5/18/2019 at 9:36 PM, TreeGuy said:

First trip out this year with my son. 2 Derby's on ladyO sent us to the city after some smallies. Success!!

Also a king from a brief trip yesterday to the big O

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great pics with the kid, and even better fish hands on the bottom haha. 

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"Ethical behavior is doing the right thing when no one else is watching, even when the wrong thing is legal"

-Aldo Leopold 

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That is right by rats
I knew it looked familiar.....spent many days/hours fishing out in that Bay.
And as I got older to many hours on that beach and inside Rats all weekend long!

There is an old dock that is to the left of Evans town park when looking at the beach from the water. Huge boulders that hold good fish all year.

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Looks good, my buddy's were crushing them down near Henry Hudson park area .

Many Lakers active on lake George...I might try to get out this weekend 

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Another trip to the grocery store last night. Lake was on fire ! In and out, quick !!78840652dbab3b63638766fec23cdbda.jpg

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Canandaigua last night.

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"Stand Your Ground. Don't fire unless fired upon. But if they mean to have a war, let it begin here."

Captain John Parker, Lexington 1775

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They’re dumping huge jugs of yellow liquid into the spillway of Como park dam into the Cayuga creek.  Interesting 

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That doesn't look healthy.


"Stand Your Ground. Don't fire unless fired upon. But if they mean to have a war, let it begin here."

Captain John Parker, Lexington 1775

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Quick run up to the east branch of the Croton reservoir. Got this one (12” stockie) plus another smaller one. One other hook up and another strike from a “good fish” but no hook up. All on tan caddie size 16/18


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Quick run up to the east branch of the Croton reservoir. Got this one (12” stockie) plus another smaller one. One other hook up and another strike from a “good fish” but no hook up. All on tan caddie size 16/18


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Nice. I might fish for the first time in 2019 on Sunday. Thinking Gilead


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"The sportsman lives his life vicariously. For he secretly yearns to have lived before, in a simpler time. A time when his love for the land, water, fish and wildlife would be more than just part of his life. It would be his state of mind."

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They’re dumping huge jugs of yellow liquid into the spillway of Como park dam into the Cayuga creek.  Interesting 
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Kill em all ! Those little buggers do some serious damage.

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4 hours ago, turkeyfeathers said:

They’re dumping huge jugs of yellow liquid into the spillway of Como park dam into the Cayuga creek.  Interesting 

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Lampricide program. It tree huggers would quit fighting the program they think they could wipe them out in the finger lakes. They keep getting court injunctions  every couple years and the program has to start over .

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Went out of buffalo and worked some new water away from the crowds managed 11 fish by 1030 when I had to get back to the ramp, awesome bite out there. 

8-10 fow,  fire tiger was hottest 

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Got a few today. Out with buddy Corey.  Got my first legal eye of the year and a limit.  And some dandy perch. Didnt want to leave but rain came in. 

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Hit cabelas on way home after Turkey hunting.  They had a youth fishing event.  We managed to catch one.

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First walleye of the year off chatataqua for me. Son got a perch about 10" and we kept another 8" perch to keep it company. 

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