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This reel looks interesting

Started Jul 29, 2021 0 Replies

This reel was highlighted in a Boat US email. I thought it looked interesting, it is inexpensive and has good specs but I wonder how the quality is. One thing I'm not crazy about is if you read the…Read More

Good Article on Battery Maintenance

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Here is an interesting article from Boat US on deep cycle battery maintenance.…Read More

Great Article About Goliath Grouper

Started this discussion. Last reply by Scott McKee Mar 19, 2020. 1 Reply

This fish released itself multiple times. This is a Boat US article so I don't know if non-members can access it. Can someone let me know if the link works?…Read More

Chautauqua Lake Herbicide Petition

Started Feb 25, 2020 0 Replies

Please take a  moment to review this petition and support our appeal for responsible lake management. For those of you who are not familiar with the issue, after herbicide treatment in 2019, the…Read More

 

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Stephen Glassic replied to Scott McKee's discussion Bill Hilts, Jr. - 11/13
"Buffalo is lucky to have such a great outdoors writer and supporter of outdoor sportsmen and women, their organizations and concerns. Rochester's newspaper hasn't had anything like that in quite some time. That media support helps increase…"
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Stephen Glassic replied to Scott McKee's discussion TWMT Final Results
"She possibly remembered from being caught and released in the past and decided she should save her energy for the escape. She may be destined to be the Queen of the river."
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The Biggest Muskie Ever Caught on Lake Erie???

"It brings back many memories of fishing with Mark Marcus in that area when we made consistent connections with muskies in that area, sometimes having to work fast to not only minimize stress to the musky but also to avoid drifting into the wall. I…"
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Stephen Glassic replied to Scott McKee's discussion Mapping (and fishing) Report - 10.24.2022
"Toothy and I were on the east river Saturday between about 7;30 pm till about 12:30 AM. The temperature we got was between 51 and 52. We had no action. Fished around the N GIB within 1 to 2 mi N and S."
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"Didn't it end up in the same place on the effectiveness scale as the famous pocket fisherman?"
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"Tony, You are fortunate to have the luxury of picking the times you go out. Being that you are retired and the fishery is in your back yard. Too bad Scotty can't beam me over for a few hours. I don't know if I will be doing any musky…"
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"You could commission the Ever Given to stand by nearby with your entire collection (I think it might be big enough) onboard. Then you could just make lure selections through an app that relays them to you via drone. But doing it across the border…"
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Lake Erie And Climate Change

Posted on March 15, 2021 at 3:50pm 0 Comments

This article talks about big winds stirring up Lake Erie and affecting the Western Basin,causing oxygen and phosphorus problems but I wonder about the eastern end and the Niagara River when the big SE winds happen.

Scientists: Climate-whipped winds pose Great Lakes hazards

5G May Affect Weather Forecasts and GPS Accuracy

Posted on February 25, 2021 at 1:39pm 1 Comment

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.…

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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,
Board Member
jojo wilczewski
said…
Good day
Ok Hank
Jojoout
At 4:10pm on September 14, 2016,
Board Member
John Jarosz
said…

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,
Board Member
John Jarosz
said…

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

 
 
 

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