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  1. That is usually the way it goes. This weather can change as fast as the bad weather set in. We will get out before the end of the season. I have to get you that aluminum. Take care Eric
  2. O.K Eric your making me feel guilty not posting the kids pics. Oswego fall Kings http://www.myfishingpictures.com/img/107932.JPG Liam battling an Oswego King http://www.myfishingpictures.com/img/107926.JPG Boys "checking" the fish http://www.myfishingpictures.com/img/107930.JPG Gray's Oswego King http://www.myfishingpictures.com/img/107928.JPG http://www.myfishingpictures.com/img/106779.JPG Liam's Cayuga Laker http://www.myfishingpictures.com/img/098815.JPG Gray's Oswego Brown http://www.myfishingpictures.com/img/105483.JPG One of Andrew's many Kings http://www.myfishingpictures.com/img/106775.JPG One of the very few fish I got to fight myself http://www.myfishingpictures.com/img/106781.JPG Gray doing battle "Ethan style" http://www.myfishingpictures.com/img/107936.JPG
  3. Nice Eric!. There are some hog lakers in Cayuga. Is that long point in the far distance in the first photo? If so, you were in my summer fishing grounds. Camp is North of long point, just north of the bluffs on the East side. (Ellis point/Levanna)
  4. awesome fish Eric/Ethan. I have yet to get a good steelhead. Hey, Eric lets do some 'eye fishing when the water opens up.
  5. OK Billy you have my curiousity. Who the heck was it in the boat who pissed all over?
  6. High school Technology Education teacher.
  7. Correct! Minnows trapped from the same body of water is fine.
  8. Just thought I would give some of you guys a heads up on the new temporary regulation on live bait in NYS. Those of you doing some ice fishing or river 'eye fishing and buying bait need to keep your receipt to prove you bought the bait. You can no longer trap minnows from one body of water to use in another until further notice. I dont know how localized this reg is but... Maybe you have known this but I just found out today when I bought some fatheads. By the way we froze our butts off today!
  9. Nice fish. looks like a day top remember with your Father.
  10. I might have misunderstood your last post but..... I wouldnt try to pull the crank pulley, unless that would help you reach the crank bolt easier, I would just try to turn the crank over by turning the crank pulley bolt by hand with a ratchet. I would not put too much pressure on the bolt as you could possibly snap it off. However, if you can snap that bolt off by hand you are a better mine than I am. I know space is probably a concern but a wooden dowel down the spark plug port that you can tap with a hammer may break the rings free from the cylinder head. You would be tapping on the piston head directly that way. Could be very hard to access however. just a thought. good luck.
  11. Marvel mystery oil down the cylinders and let her soak for a few days. Breaker bar on the crank pulley nut to break it loose. Some corrosion may create initial wear, but I would try that first. If the engine has been seized for mechanical reasons that is another story.
  12. Awesome fish Ethan! Was this one caught near me? I have not got out yet. Everytime I got a chance it poured and muddied up everything. Great day to remember with the boy I am sure Eric. Way to go.
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