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Created by Scott McKee Oct 31, 2018 at 1:09pm. Last updated by Scott McKee Oct 31, 2018.

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I asked Chad Lapa to ask ChatGPT AI to write a musky article for the website.  Chad being the nice guy that he is sent me the following article and images which were generated by the artificial intelligence chatbot.

CHAD:  write an article about early season musky fishing on the Niagara and Buffalo Harbor

ChatGPT AI (4 seconds to generate response):

Title: Exploring Early Season Musky Fishing in the Niagara and Buffalo Harbor

Introduction: As the snow melts and the air starts to warm, musky enthusiasts eagerly prepare for the start of the early season. For anglers in the Niagara and Buffalo Harbor area, this means embarking on exciting adventures in pursuit of the elusive muskellunge. In this article, we'll delve into the unique experience of early season musky fishing in these renowned fishing destinations.

The Arrival of Spring: With the arrival of spring, the Niagara and Buffalo Harbor come alive with new possibilities for musky anglers. As the water temperature begins to rise, muskies become more active and start to venture out from their winter haunts. This early season period presents a fantastic opportunity to target these magnificent fish.

The Niagara River: The mighty Niagara River serves as a prime early season musky fishing location. Anglers can be found casting their lines from boats or fishing along the riverbanks. The river's swift current and varied structure, such as rocky shoals and deep pools, provide excellent hiding spots for muskies.

Buffalo Harbor: Buffalo Harbor, located at the eastern end of Lake Erie, is another hot spot for early season musky fishing. This bustling harbor is known for its diverse range of fish species, including trophy-sized muskies. Anglers can target these powerful fish near rocky points, weed beds, and submerged structures.

Preferred Techniques: During the early season, muskies can exhibit varying feeding patterns, making it crucial for anglers to adapt their techniques. Casting large, flashy lures such as bucktails, jerkbaits, and topwater lures can entice aggressive strikes. Slow and steady retrieves, combined with occasional pauses and twitches, can mimic injured prey, triggering the muskies' predatory instincts.

Persistence and Patience: Early season musky fishing requires persistence and patience. Muskies can be finicky, and the action may not be as fast-paced as later in the season. It's essential to keep casting, experimenting with different lures, and exploring various spots. Stay dedicated, as that one explosive strike can make all the waiting worthwhile.

Conservation and Catch-and-Release: As responsible anglers, it's crucial to prioritize conservation efforts, especially for muskellunge. Adhering to catch-and-release practices ensures the sustainability and preservation of these majestic fish for future generations. Handle them with care, revive them properly, and release them back into the water, allowing them to grow and thrive.

Conclusion: Early season musky fishing in the Niagara and Buffalo Harbor is an exhilarating experience that tests an angler's skills and patience. With the river's swift currents and the harbor's diverse structure, these locations offer a promising opportunity to land a trophy-sized musky. As you venture out into these waters, remember to embrace the thrill of the chase while respecting and preserving the precious resource that is the muskellunge. Happy fishing!

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Should we call the author....ChadGPT?

Might make good reading for non-anglers in a non-local newspaper. But you could probably just change the body of water to make it an article about that body of water. Very generic. Crap GPT!!

Chad:  generate a reply to Steve's comment of "Might make good reading for non-anglers in a non-local newspaper. But you could probably just change the body of water to make it an article about that body of water. Very generic. Crap GPT!!"

ChatGPT AI (1 second to generate):  Well, it seems like we've hooked ourselves a critic here! While I understand that the previous response may not have met your expectations, I'm here to assist and entertain to the best of my abilities. Consider me your virtual fishing buddy, ready to cast a line of humor and knowledge your way. So, instead of reeling in disappointment, let's have a laugh and see if we can catch the perfect article that will make you smile. After all, life's too short to stay hooked on negativity, right?

Now it is doing it's job of trying to maintain engagement for the sponsors. My final comment.

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