I have reliable information that the Huntley plant will be ceasing operation by March. While this plant retirement won't have the effect that the shutdown of the coke ovens did on the Harbor, It will…Read More
I've been hearing nightmare stories of Canadian officials hammering NY fishermen locally. One Guy was walleye trolling and was fined $500 for having his worms in dirt plus $200for another bS…Read More
We netted 3 muskie and lost another this morning. 2 of them were in the low thirties and the third was about a 3 footer. All were taken fan casting various bucktails. We also picked up a decent pike…Read More
I have spent a lot less time underwater this summer. But I have spent a few hours down there, and have made some observations. Every season is different.Most notably, the round goby population seems…Read More
My week of staycation is coming to a close. I thought i'd do a brief report. Fished the opener with 2 friends. only one lazy follow. Monday it was lake Erie. The wind was up, so we fished inside Donnelley's. this produced 10 smallish smallmouth. The wind allowed us to fish the main lake on Tuesday. It was mud out for a couple miles. Went out deep and dragged worm harnesses. This produced only white perch.
Stayed home and did chores on Wednesday. Thursday was Lake Ontario for trout…Read More
Good luck to everyone. I hope to get a couple good friends into fish on this opener. It would make me happier than hooking up myself.We will be fishing out of the sheridan launch. Due to conditions, we have not been underwater yet. I hope to get some video soon.
I can't imagine this club without Jojo. Like any club, a few key members do most of the work. the newsletter Scott puts out looks like a National publication.
Was that one of our guys who found the cadaver near Beaver Island marina? They showed a blue Starcraft on the news. I thought of our guys right away. You see duck and musky hunters out there this time of year, and not many others.
A friend and I headed to a Lake Ontario trib. after work. We had heard that there were a decent amount of steelies in.
We arrived and found the creek high and Lightly stained. We hit some known hot spots, and found we could indeed see fish. I worked a gravel section, and Joe was working just above me to some rather sizable dark shadows. We were going through our fly boxes, trying to find the answer. After about an hour, I caught a 3lb male on a #10 hare's ear.
Joe's drift was…Read More