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Fish Passage Between Lake Erie & the Upper

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$1.6 million fish baffle project awarded to re-establish fish passage between Lake Erie & the Upper…Read More

Where have all the Musky gone?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Scott McKee Oct 10. 19 Replies

We've been trying to get Chris Driscoll to do a presentation on the Musky Telemetry study & the YOY seining they did this year.Unfortunately he can't make it because they are real busy due to…Read More

Fishing in Canadian Waters?

Started this discussion. Last reply by John Pensyl Aug 12. 18 Replies

Does this mean we can take our boats into Canadaian waters & fish as long as we don't anchor, land or meet up with another boat?…Read More

Monofilament Collection

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jay Cotter Aug 3. 2 Replies

I might not be at the picnic Sunday. If I'm not there anyone who has monofilament to turn in, please give it to Louis Long. He offered to collect any mono that is brought & I will make…Read More

 

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Scott McKee replied to John Jarosz's discussion Where have all the Musky gone?
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John Jarosz replied to John Jarosz's discussion Where have all the Musky gone?
"Tony...he must have aged well, like a good bottle of Nebbiolo."
Oct 9

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Tony Scime replied to John Jarosz's discussion Where have all the Musky gone?
"And I always thought it was Paul. Didn't know Scott was that old."
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John Jarosz replied to John Jarosz's discussion Where have all the Musky gone?
"Don't you mean the "better folks"? Released in 1964 by Peter, Scott, and Mary"
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Scott Kitchen replied to John Jarosz's discussion Where have all the Musky gone?
"Only the older folks will know the tune for this: Where have all the Muskie gone? Long time passing. Where have all the Muskie gone? Long time ago. Where have all the Muskie gone? Cormorants have eaten them every one. Oh, When will they ever learn?…"
Oct 9
John Pensyl replied to John Jarosz's discussion Where have all the Musky gone?
"The ice boom is the culprit for slower growth rates in the river than the lake. There are times when the lake is in the 40s just to the west and there is still a pile of ice sitting at the boom keeping the river an icy 32 degrees. The ice boom is a…"
Oct 9

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John Jarosz replied to John Jarosz's discussion Where have all the Musky gone?
"Dr. K & I discussed this exact same thing during seining in the Bell Slip. He told me that the reason YOY muskies in the Harbor were (literally) twice as big as those in the River was because of early ice out in the embayments due to the shallow…"
Oct 8

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Scott Kitchen replied to John Jarosz's discussion Where have all the Musky gone?
"Tony, seems odd that the harbor fish would grow at twice the rate of river fish. If I recall correctly they had the same genetics from Kevin’s study. Just more food and more space?"
Oct 8

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Tony Scime replied to John Jarosz's discussion Where have all the Musky gone?
"In comparison here's the cleithra analysis from a harbor fish caught in 1995. 13 years old and 47 inches. Appears to grow faster than the previous river fish.  Cleithra 47 inch harbor fish 13yo.pdf"
Oct 8

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Tony Scime replied to John Jarosz's discussion Where have all the Musky gone?
"I've attached some data from our cleithra study in the 1990s. Most fish don't reach 30 inches until year 5 or 6. Thereafter males tend to grow an inch a year and females at a faster rate. I believe maturity for males is low 30s, and…"
Oct 8

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Scott Kitchen replied to John Jarosz's discussion Where have all the Musky gone?
"Tony & John,  Unfortunately, this is fall electrofishing and not seining.  I am not sure the two can equate to each other.  It is interesting how wide the number of sites that were sampled varies from year to year.  The…"
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I don't follow celebrities, movie stars or the thousands of other people trying to make a living out of selling themselves, but I came across this article on aol.

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Mono Collection

Posted on September 28, 2021 at 5:00pm 1 Comment

Just a reminder, if you have any monofilament from any of the collection bins or even if you have any old mono from re-spooling your reels, please bring it to the meeting on Tuesday, Oct 5th. Louis Long will be there to collect any mono brought in & we will make sure it gets to the BN Waterkeepers.

Thanks for the work & collecting. Unfortunately, if you have any braided line from personal use, that's NOT recyclable. We do find it in the collection bins and the BNW has to…

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At 11:23am on October 21, 2018, Art OLeary said…

Thanks John, hoping this wind calms a bit soon.

At 8:48pm on November 22, 2016, SEAN LEARY said…

Thanks John, I'll be sure to try and make the party. The profile picture Musky? I'd figure maybe very low 40, the picture is just a generous angle.

At 6:24am on September 20, 2016, Peter McConnell said…
Thanks John! Appreciate the welcome!!
At 3:14pm on September 14, 2016, Stephen Glassic said…

Yes John.

At 10:06am on September 10, 2016, Mike Faracca said…

I have a lot to learn, and hope to from this group.  Mostly I'll just shutup and listen.  

At 10:00am on September 10, 2016, Mike Faracca said…

JJ - bug prolly looks familiar from the OOFS site. The answer is NO I've not FF'd for musky on the fly before, well I did once earlier this summer and after that I started investigating more and found NMA. I had to expand my opportunities beyond the local streams which as you know have been horrible all summer long. I was ready for a new challenge and it looks like I have it here.  Thanks for the note.

At 12:37pm on July 14, 2016, Ryan Shea said…

Guys - sorry for the delayed response.  ALl the NMA emails were going to my junk box.  Problem solved!  I look forward to hooking up with you all in the future.

At 11:46pm on June 7, 2016, Louis Long said…
Nice to meet you tonight. I enjoyed meet new friends. We go fishing for sure. Anytime.
At 8:26pm on August 7, 2015, louis pastor said…

John very simular to a wooly bugger. a variation of mine

.. use shlepen for the hackle. I think thats how it's spelled lol. has much more movement. like i said next meeting i'll bring some flies i tied.

At 8:22pm on August 7, 2015, louis pastor said…

sure did.tied um up for steeelhead work great on bass. i,ll bring a few to the next meeting.

 
 
 

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