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Keep in mind that I am always looking for images for our newsletter; fish, sunsets, sunrises, other anglers fishing, equipment, anything fishing related. I can use them all.  Large, unedited images are best. Thanks.

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Uh-oh

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Weather Station

Started this discussion. Last reply by SEAN LEARY on Wednesday. 9 Replies

Guys attached is a few links to the Davis Instruments website, so we can all get eyes on the product i've been mentioning. This is slight upgrade from the EnvironMonitor Cellular bundle, as i believe…Read More

Facebook post

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Video from Facebook, guy said he caught a 50+ by black rock park, under…Read More

8/31

Started this discussion. Last reply by Carrie Keane Aug 31, 2020. 2 Replies

Well Scott was my good luck charm. Went for an evening shift with Dr Don and his nephew at 3pm. Casted all over to no avail, and ran into Scott and Carrie in front of Strawberry. Saying out loud to…Read More

 

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Stephen Glassic replied to SEAN LEARY's discussion Uh-oh
"I think stuff like this that happens over time is difficult to understand. When one thing happens and another thing counters it, there can be push back or one or more collateral occurrences. With the long growth period of muskies, maybe the effects…"
Thursday
SEAN LEARY replied to SEAN LEARY's discussion Uh-oh
"It’s interesting as I’ve heard the concern over gobies and bass is a settled topic. They initially preyed upon young bass and raided nests, but over time it was found smallmouth were forgaging on the gobies themselves, so they reached an…"
Thursday
Stephen Glassic replied to SEAN LEARY's discussion Uh-oh
"The article was posted as an discussion on LOU today. I am wondering if there is any info about how the gobies may be affecting the success of other species spawning efforts as well as in other Great Lakes…"
Thursday

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Tony Scime replied to SEAN LEARY's discussion Uh-oh
"Truth is that the most recent YOY results have been poor. Also, our Catch and Release data show that in the past 5 years that the population of younger muskies have been historically low. The percentage of larger fish, however, have been at all-time…"
Thursday
SEAN LEARY replied to SEAN LEARY's discussion Weather Station
"I actually called and spoke to JoJo earlier this week, so no translation needed. Due to lack of Wifi, all options I’ve seen are solar powered and cellular connected. No need for permission on wires. All we need access to is any light pole by…"
Wednesday

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John Jarosz replied to SEAN LEARY's discussion Weather Station
"Sean...with other sign projects that I've seen done, can you also please attach a sketch (hand drawn is OK) of how it will be fastened to the pole, height above ground, etc? I'm sure the liability issue will also be discussed, as it…"
Wednesday

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Scott McKee replied to SEAN LEARY's discussion Weather Station
"From Jojo after some deciphering: I talked to my friend, a supervisor in the Town of Tonawanda Highway Dept.  As a boater, he is on board with our weather station proposal for foot of Sheridan ramp. He said he will try to influence the powers…"
Apr 11
SEAN LEARY replied to Michael E. Hudson's discussion Thousand Islands Lodging
"Not to blow up my friends spot or anything, but this has been a great time for quite a few years now. Caught bass, pike, and hooked an accidental musky there too. Right in Clayton. Use the public launch up river, and he has power outlets at the…"
Apr 11
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https://ottawacitizen.com/news/local-news/st-lawrence-musky-population-threatened-by-invasive-gobiesNot very good. I wonder what how our YOY and juvenile numbers look, and if there’s any difference in the habitats that make a difference with how gobies affect our Muskie.See More
Apr 11
SEAN LEARY replied to SEAN LEARY's discussion Weather Station
"It’s all solar. I was hoping maybe one of the light poles at the launch. If it’s a wooden pole we should be able to screw directly on."
Apr 8

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jojo wilczewski replied to SEAN LEARY's discussion Weather Station
"Goodday brothers I actually know a supervisor in ToT highway dept. I will reach out and run it past him to see where we stand? He is a boater so my guess is will An easy push? Will it need electric or is it solar? Jojoonit"
Apr 8
SEAN LEARY replied to SEAN LEARY's discussion Weather Station
"Thanks for support JoJo. John I’m glad you’re interested, I’m sure your support will help immensely if we need any permission from the town."
Apr 7

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jojo wilczewski replied to SEAN LEARY's discussion Weather Station
"Great work brother I’m all in. Luv the idea! Jojowitcha"
Apr 7

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John Jarosz replied to SEAN LEARY's discussion Weather Station
"Sean...thanks much. From what you said in the meeting, my interest was peaked. I'll take a good look thru the links in a couple of days but, just like fishing & boating equipment, I stick with: "Buy good and buy once." Thanks again"
Apr 6
SEAN LEARY replied to SEAN LEARY's discussion Weather Station
"Here's a cheaper option that's about 1/3 the cost, but we'd be on our own for finding a SIM card to transmit the data. Seems like its considerably less rugged than the Davis Instruments. A site I came across even referred Davis as…"
Apr 6
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Weather Station

Guys attached is a few links to the Davis Instruments website, so we can all get eyes on the product i've been mentioning. This is slight upgrade from the EnvironMonitor Cellular bundle, as i believe buying separate allows us to get Barometric pressure data as well.Weather Station…See More
Apr 6

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Catch and Release Report

Posted on February 5, 2021 at 1:28am 5 Comments

I’ve admittedly fallen of the wagon when it comes to reporting. Doing the tagging study was initially exciting years ago, but I found I dreaded recording the data after a catch. Just wanted to get right back at it.

I didn’t report a single release this year, and it was one of my best years. 49.5 jigging, 48 jigging, a 48 casting. Would have loved a hat; but it taught me a valuable lesson.

My “new season,” resolution is to contribute to the goldmine of data that is held by Mr.…

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Safety First!

Posted on August 22, 2017 at 11:09am 1 Comment

Had a tough day on Sunday. Still managed one little 36in fish, and tagged him too!

Got a nice video of the catch, and my misfortune. I've gotten pretty comfortable handling Musky, and always focus on quick release. Unfortunately if one become complacent, accidents happen.

As I went to take the hook out, Musky spun in the net, wrapped up my hand and pierced my knuckle with the stinger hook. Happened in a split second, and I had to pull the hook out of my knuckle quick, as the…

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At 10:00pm on November 24, 2016,
Board Member
John Jarosz
said…

Sean...NICE Harbor musky pic you got in the newsletter. I don't think you need a generous angle on that one! It looks great, as is!!  CONGRATS!!

At 1:19pm on November 22, 2016,
Board Member
John Jarosz
said…

Welcome aboard, Sean!! Hopefully I'll run intoyou at the Christmas party. BTW, what did that 'ski in the pic measure out at?

At 12:23pm on November 22, 2016,
Board Member
Scott McKee
said…
Welcome to our club, Sean!
 
 
 

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