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Keep in mind that I am always looking for images for our newsletter; fish, sunsets, sunrises, other anglers fishing, equipment, anything fishing related. I can use them all.  Large, unedited images are best. Thanks.

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Jim Kinner's Blog (4)

fishing/underwater report

  My week of staycation is coming to a close. I thought i'd do a brief report. Fished the opener with 2 friends. only one lazy follow. Monday it was lake Erie. The wind was up, so we fished inside Donnelley's. this produced 10 smallish smallmouth. The wind allowed us to fish the main lake on Tuesday. It was mud out for a couple miles. Went out deep and dragged worm harnesses. This produced only white perch.

 Stayed home and did chores on Wednesday. Thursday was Lake Ontario for trout…

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Added by Jim Kinner on June 22, 2013 at 8:47pm — 3 Comments

Opening day is here!

Good luck to everyone. I hope to get a couple good friends into fish on this opener. It would make me happier than hooking up myself.We will be fishing out of the sheridan launch. Due to conditions, we have not been underwater yet. I hope to get some video soon. 

Added by Jim Kinner on June 14, 2013 at 10:11am — 2 Comments

I can't imagine this club without Jojo. Like any club, a few key members do most of the work. the newsletter Scott puts out looks like a National publication. Was that one of our guys who found the c…

I can't imagine this club without Jojo. Like any club, a few key members do most of the work. the newsletter Scott puts out looks like a National publication.
Was that one of our guys who found the cadaver near Beaver Island marina? They showed a blue Starcraft on the news. I thought of our guys right away. You see duck and musky hunters out there this time of year, and not many others.

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Added by Jim Kinner on November 5, 2012 at 8:01pm — No Comments

Some Catches are more satisfying than others

A friend and I headed to a Lake Ontario trib. after work. We had heard that there were a decent amount of steelies in.

We arrived and found the creek high and Lightly stained. We hit some known hot spots, and found we could indeed see fish. I worked a gravel section, and Joe was working just above me to some rather sizable dark shadows. We were going through our fly boxes, trying to find the answer. After about an hour, I caught a 3lb male on a #10 hare's ear. 

Joe's drift was…

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Added by Jim Kinner on March 14, 2012 at 8:00pm — 1 Comment

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