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A Great Example of Collaboration Among Conservation Groups

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Peter Levick posted this article about collaborative efforts between Muskies Canada and Ducks Unlimited Canada to restore wetlands.…Read More

New Videos from NY chapter of the American Fisheries Society

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Below is a link to their You Tube channel with new videos from their 2018 meeting in Cooperstown. I haven't looked at any yet but I am sure there are a lot of interesting presentations. Good time to…Read More

New book on Muskellunge Management

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Peter Levick posted about this book on his LinkedIn page. So I found some more info about it on the American Fisheries Society website.…Read More

Had to abort another musky trip

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Jim and I had to abort another trip to the Niagara yesterday. Same problem. Truck lost power about halfway there and had to turn back. I had cleared the codes the day before but the check engine…Read More

 

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I am looking for a field service or in house position servicing medical or analytical equipment.  I will also consider positions that are similar in the Rochester NY area.


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Capt. Bob Walters at MI Chapter 69 Meeting

Capt Bob Walters of Waterwolf Charters will be giving a presentation at our meeting Monday Sept 17th at 7pm at the moose lodge in Henrietta NY. He is noted for underwater video of muskies chasing lures in the SLR and will have some of his best video to show us.See More
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"Looks like the red marks are indicating the row of receivers that run across the lake. Are you saying that each one of those receivers got pinged by that fish?"
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A Great Example of Collaboration Among Conservation Groups

Peter Levick posted this article about collaborative efforts between Muskies Canada and Ducks Unlimited Canada to restore wetlands.Turning back the clock on muskie habitatSee More
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Stephen Glassic replied to Scott Kitchen's discussion Fishing Report 2018-07-04 part 2
"I went to Conesus on the 3rd with my brother and Mr Toothy for the fireworks there. They put on a great display at the north end near Vitale Park. Got there around noon to get a parking spot at the launch. Cruised around the lake for a couple hours…"
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Capt. Bob Walters at MI Chapter 69 Meeting

Posted on September 13, 2018 at 10:47am 0 Comments

Capt Bob Walters of Waterwolf Charters will be giving a presentation at our meeting Monday Sept 17th at 7pm at the moose lodge in Henrietta NY. He is noted for underwater video of muskies chasing lures in the SLR and will have some of his best video to show us.

Bill's Injured Roster

Posted on December 5, 2015 at 2:57pm 2 Comments

Just heard on the news that one of the Bills that won't be playing tomorrow due to injury is John Miller. Don't tell them he will be fishing in the Lower Niagara!!

MI Chapter 69 Waneta Lake Tourney, This Sat. Oct 24th

Posted on October 19, 2015 at 1:52pm 0 Comments

Muskies Inc. Chapter 69 is holding a muskie tournament this Saturday, Oct. 24th 7 am to 3:30 pm. Winners will be determined by the points system (4 pts for 30" and 1 pt for each additional In.) adding points of all fish caught by the angler. There will be a separate optional big fish pool. Follow this link for more details.

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At 8:32am on October 23, 2016, John Miller said…
Stephen, thanks for sharing the article. It's nice to compare notes My classroom received our annual batch of brown trout on October 12th this year. We house them in a 75 gallon aquarium with a chiller unit set at 50 degrees F. Our first alvein hatched 2 days ago. The students wanted to add variety to our young trout diet, so we have fed them live foods in addition to trout chow. Newly hatched brine shrimp, amphipods, blood worms, wax worms and several fruit flies cultures allow us to provide the young fry with a diverse diet. Last year we releasedo 89 plump young trout up to just under 4 inches into Lake Erie at the mouth of Smokes creek in Lackawanna.
At 6:36am on September 15, 2016,
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jojo wilczewski
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Good day
Ok Hank
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At 4:10pm on September 14, 2016,
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John Jarosz
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Thanks much, Steve. God willing & the creek don't rise, I'll be there. There might be a few other fly-guys who I know that might show up.

At 10:43am on September 14, 2016,
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John Jarosz
said…

Steve...Is Rick Kustich still scheduled to speak for this Monday, the 19th? thx

 
 
 

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