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spinfly

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  1. It is never as "green" as they claim it to be.
  2. Yes: Fluorescent Orange & Fluorescent Pink Clothing Requirements New: Any person hunting deer or bear with a firearm or a person who is accompanying someone hunting deer or bear with a firearm shall wear: a minimum total of two hundred fifty square inches of solid fluorescent orange or fluorescent pink material worn above the waist and visible from all directions; or a minimum total of two hundred fifty square inches of patterned fluorescent orange or fluorescent pink consisting of no less than fifty percent fluorescent orange or fluorescent pink worn above the waist and visible from all directions; or a hat or cap with no less than fifty percent of the exterior consisting of solid fluorescent orange or fluorescent pink material and visible from all directions. Firearm definition: Firearm - all guns, including handguns, rifles, shotguns, muzzleloaders, BB and pellet guns.
  3. For sale is my Yeti Roadie 24 in Highlands Olive. Has only been used twice, in excellent condition. Local pick up/delivery only. Looking to get $225 or reasonable offer. With original box.
  4. I have yet to hear of anyone being arrested in Monroe County under the new "laws", not that it hasn't happened. I believe the stance from Sheriff Baxter is discretionary and "education."
  5. Thanks for volunteering your time , energy and Hank. Hopefully everyone appreciates your efforts !
  6. They are supplied, and packaged. You could also try Doc's Tackle near Honeoye Lake, not sure if they carry FF supplies though. There is a guy who custom ties flies on Spring Street in Mumford if that is helpful.
  7. Try Runnings in Canandaigua, I know Runnings in Brockport has a fair selection.
  8. Nice catch ! Captain, mates haul in 60-inch muskie near Henderson Harbor | Arts and Entertainment | nny360.com
  9. TI Bait shop on Rt 12 before you get to the bridge. Exit 81 , head towards Clayton, on your left 1/4 mile. They will have everything you need, and more. Thousand Island Bait Store - #1 Fishery in the Nation (tibait.com)
  10. I would just stop at the T.I. Bait store before you cross the bridge.
  11. Opposite end of where we stay. Hope I didn't mislead, was referencing perch when I said never that deep. We still find them in 6' of water, just look around docks, weeds edges, etc. Walleye probably deep in the main channel this time of year, but will defer to Kevin Legg and other locals. Bass are plentiful, and smallies put up a great fight.
  12. What part of Wellesley ? We stay at the east end near Mary Island State Park . always do well around Fairyland, Pike, Hugenot Islands or go into Lake of the Isles or just before the channel. Don't have to fish too deep for them, but haven't been there since Father's Day weekend.
  13. Angler Boats Likely NY State Record Smallmouth Bass – Everest News
  14. DEC Announces Proposed Changes to Wild Turkey Hunting Regulations - NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation
  15. Did you happen to contact anyone at the Maine Dept. of Inland Fisheries for their advice?
  16. I have had one for several years and am very happy with it. Not afraid to carry through brush and brambles and worry about scratching it up like on a high dollar gun. Has extractors, not ejectors, but not an issue for me. Neve r had any issues with it. At least before buying it, see if you can find one to see if it fits, and swing it.
  17. I use a CZ Upland Ultralight O/U in 12 gauge, but also come in 20 gauge. Think it was around $650 new. Weighs in at 6 lbs., 20 gauge will be slightly lighter.
  18. Updated as of yesterday: DEC Releases Proposed Changes to Improve New York State's Sunfish and Crappie Fishing Regulations - NYS Dept. of Environmental Conservation
  19. There is On Target Firearms on Basket Rd in Webster, or The Firing Pin in Bergen. Check their websites for info. for inexperienced shooters. Does he have any time under his belt or brand new to firearms? Will make a difference in what they will offer.
  20. They don't always make things crystal clear: New York State Freshwater Fishing Guide (ny.gov)
  21. Page 67 of the new Fishing Regulations Guide- 1/2 hour before sunrise to 1/2 hour after sunset is permitted, or 1/2 hour after sunset to 1/2 hour before sunrise is prohibited is their wording on it.
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