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Tagging article

Started this discussion. Last reply by Joe Dolan Nov 11, 2017. 12 Replies

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Trolling

Started this discussion. Last reply by Scott Kitchen Oct 28, 2017. 3 Replies

When do you guys start trolling the harbor? Just wondering when its time to focus effort that way instead of staying in the river like I have been.Is there a time of year, wind direction, or water…Read More

What a week!

Started this discussion. Last reply by John Jarosz Oct 23, 2017. 1 Reply

I've felt this whole season was my sophomore slump. Nothing had come together right like it should. After Josh Ketry's lessons last year, I felt like this year would be magic.I broke equipment, had…Read More

Clayton, NY

Started this discussion. Last reply by Mike Rowan Sep 11, 2017. 2 Replies

I've got a little weekend away planned, to Clayton NY. I've never been, and will mostly be fishing with others for Bass. When time allows, I was hoping to throw a few casts for a Musky.Anybody ever…Read More

 

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SEAN LEARY replied to Scott McKee's discussion JHMT 2017
"Unfortunately I'll have to rescind my participation in this years JHMT."
Dec 1, 2017
SEAN LEARY posted a status
"Anybody want to troll the harbor tomorrow? I'll provide the boat. Just need a partner! 716-270-7080"
Nov 25, 2017
SEAN LEARY posted a status
"Anybody up for a muddy troll of the Harbor tomorrow? Call/text 716-270-7080"
Nov 21, 2017
SEAN LEARY replied to Scott McKee's discussion JHMT 2017
"I mean, I'll give the entry money to whoever is collecting; but if it's easier I could just hand it directly to Lacko when he pops the 32" one outta the weeds in the morning."
Nov 21, 2017
SEAN LEARY replied to Scott McKee's discussion JHMT 2017
"I'm in!"
Nov 21, 2017
Joe Dolan replied to SEAN LEARY's discussion Tagging article
"Bahahahaha!"
Nov 11, 2017

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John Jarosz replied to SEAN LEARY's discussion Tagging article
"John...see you at the next meeting. I'll bring pencil & paper & we can chat. You bring Pensyl & paper & we can chat with that, too!"
Nov 10, 2017

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John Jarosz replied to SEAN LEARY's discussion Tagging article
"John...About recapture rates?"
Nov 10, 2017
John Pensyl replied to SEAN LEARY's discussion Tagging article
"I've never been so confused."
Nov 10, 2017
Stephen Glassic replied to SEAN LEARY's discussion Tagging article
"Seems like the recapture rates of different fisheries would weigh differently in the determination of the health of the fishery. Of course trap netting and YOY surveys need to be considered as well. But recapture rates on Waneta Lake (due to the…"
Nov 10, 2017

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John Jarosz replied to SEAN LEARY's discussion Tagging article
"A 7% to 9% recap rate should mean the number of muskies is roughly 14 to 11  times the number tagged. That's not a bad number"
Nov 9, 2017

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Nov 9, 2017

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John Jarosz replied to SEAN LEARY's discussion Tagging article
"It'll be interesting to see what kind of migration the Bflo Harbor muskies have. The June 2017 newsletter has a detailed description of the transmitter surgery the muskies went thru. That recovery tank had fresh aerated water in it while the…"
Nov 9, 2017
John Pensyl replied to SEAN LEARY's discussion Tagging article
"Also I think the comment of fish not surviving immediate release was geared towards fish being implanted with transmitters. Tagging a fish with a quick floy tag barely effects it's day. I talked with Marc Thorpe a bunch about tagging studies…"
Nov 9, 2017
John Pensyl replied to SEAN LEARY's discussion Tagging article
"Until you see those tanks in action it's very easy to judge them. I got to see it in action for the first time this past June. After a spent fish sits in a fish thanks tank for a few minutes the results are pretty amazing. The fish is spunky…"
Nov 9, 2017
SEAN LEARY replied to SEAN LEARY's discussion Tagging article
"I think the revival tanks discussion has to be viewed through the lens of Lake St Clair. It's heavily chartered, heavily trolled. Revival tanks have gained popularity there because they can put the fish in the tank, and keep on trolling to…"
Nov 9, 2017

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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,
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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,
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Scott McKee
said…
Welcome to our club, Sean!
 
 
 

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