This article from Boat US talks about concerns that 5G could greatly reduce accuracy of weather forecasts and could also affect GPS accuracy. but it is a worldwide problem. And the military is also concerned that reduced weather forecasting ability affecting strategic operations.…Read More
Added by John Jarosz on February 7, 2021 at 10:57am — No 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.…Read More
A buddy of mine texted me to shore fish for steelhead today at Artpark. Unfortunately, I wasn't able to get out of work early, but I was leaving the office he texted me again....
Right before sunset, he thought he was snagged but started to feel violent head shakes. Turns out it was a musky! The crazy thing is he was using a spey rod and a fly. Since he was by himself, he didn't get a measurement. But it still was a once in a lifetime occurrence.…Read More
There will be a public meeting on the Amazon Project on Grand Island on: August 13, 2020 at 7:00 PM at the Town Hall on: 2255 Baseline Road, Grand Island, NY
If interested you can try to go in person or connect on a virtual meeting on Zoom. Info below:
Audio of the public hearing for those waiting outside of the
Town Hall will be broadcast on speakers. Additionally, there will be a virtual component of the public
Posted on the BNW Facebook page:
Wildlife entanglement is a devastating issue of the Great Lakes. Through our…Read More
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Anybody else out there find that they're not spending a lot of money these days? I opened my wallet today & saw George Washington reaching for a pair of sunglasses. Been so long since he saw daylight!
You might have seen two material barges near the mouth of the Union Ship Canal that get loaded & unloaded with boulders. Now there's one barge. The other broke away from its mooring during the big blow & got jammed under the pedestrian walking & biking bridge near Rte 5.…Read More
Added by John Jarosz on February 29, 2020 at 10:30am — No Comments
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We're partnering in the mono collection business! If you read the paragraph in the NOAA blog, just above the pic of Broderick Park, you'll see the names of the organizations involved in a marine debris program. …Read More
Added by John Jarosz on February 2, 2020 at 12:00pm — No Comments
Jojo asked me to post these pics of the Ogdensburg Flood gates. They are open:…Read More
Added by John Jarosz on December 24, 2019 at 1:36pm — No Comments
I wish the tugs were going in the opposite direction…Read More
A great time, especially catching up with those I don't catch up with as much as I should. That's the best. However, the food was absolutely awesome & many thanks to FAS for his & other musky catching (or attempts to catch) stories