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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

Started Dec 3, 2020 0 Replies

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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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.

I would appreciate any referrals or contacts that will help me to achieve this goal.

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Stephen Glassic replied to Scott McKee's discussion Chaucer is a Bag of Crap
"Woody Harrelson was willing to battle a hundred zombies for a Twinkie."
Apr 20
Stephen Glassic replied to Scott McKee's discussion Chaucer is a Bag of Crap
"If left unopened, will they become collectors items?"
Apr 18
Stephen Glassic replied to Scott McKee's discussion Seventy-Five Years
"I don' like very many posts anywhere, because I believe the option is very much overused throughout social media. As a proud American of German and Polish descent, I feel compelled to "like" this post. Especially in these times of…"
Apr 15
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Stephen Glassic replied to John Pensyl's discussion New season dates
"John, To try to help minimize any confusion, it would be good if you can post this on LOU and other musky web hangouts, FB pages, etc."
Mar 18
Stephen Glassic replied to Scott McKee's discussion 2022 NMA Awards Banquet
"Put a martini in his hand for his next role as JOJO Bond!!"
Mar 9
Stephen Glassic replied to Scott McKee's discussion This one hurts
"Arguably the most exciting game in NFL history and most likely the biggest roller coaster ride ever for both Bills and Chiefs fans. The multiple whiplashes at the end were dizzying. Unfortunately, the Chiefs fans got a ticket to the next ride. "
Jan 24
Stephen Glassic commented on Scott McKee's status
"Here are some items that might persuade you to try ice fishing. luxury ice fishing Or if you would rather rough it!"
Jan 11
Stephen Glassic replied to John Jarosz's discussion Proposed 2022 Reg Changes (esp muskies)
"At least us retired guys and those who can take the day off work will have less boat traffic to deal with when the opener falls on a weekday. Especially when adding in the recreational boaters. And cheaters won't have an excuse like; "Oh!…"
Dec 10, 2021
Stephen Glassic commented on Capt. Larry D. Jones's status
"Frank if they were the salt coated sunflower seeds we used to get in little boxes when we were kids, they might have worked."
Nov 27, 2021
Stephen Glassic replied to Scott McKee's discussion Non-Fishing Report 11.23.2021
"It is getting to be that a well seasoned musky lure in NY waters has no tooth marks. Just marks from hook wear, digging bottom and from bouncing around in the tackle box."
Nov 24, 2021
Stephen Glassic replied to Scott McKee's discussion Change the Game
"How about a year end prize for top hours or trips or years without a musky. Or most/worst trash/junk catch of the year."
Nov 19, 2021
Stephen Glassic replied to jojo wilczewski's discussion Wishing Report
"Inflation seems to be affecting the NY musky world. Every musky is costing more in time and money. But time on the water does yield relaxation dividends."
Nov 16, 2021

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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,
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jojo wilczewski
Good day
Ok Hank
At 4:10pm on September 14, 2016,
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John Jarosz

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

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


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