Missdemeanor

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About Missdemeanor

  • Birthday 08/21/1971

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  1. The small dive bombs work great too... Easy to take off your mono Sent from my VS987 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. I've had those idiotic birds fly right into my Scoter Spread while I was waterfowl hunting 5 miles off Sandy.... Its too bad those birds are protected, because they are the dumbest birds ever... Sent from my VS987 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. http://geneseecharterboat.com/pen-rearing/ https://www.facebook.com/Genesee-Charter-Boat-Association-199355023482457/ Well considering the club has a website and a facebook page.....I'd say thats pretty good. The GCBA is for Captains and non captains to be part of. Its doesn't matter which end of the fence your on, we all want a better fishery. Rec guys, Charter guys, and stream guys are all welcome. The club is really evolving and is gaining new memebers all the time. So there is not misinformation out there, the club does more than Charter business. Yes there is talk about the Charter industy as a whole, planning for events like the round table discussions, and the flea market ( Held yesterday). The initial brainstorming for the Monroe County Offshore Classic was done at the GCBA meetings. New angling techniques, fishing reports ( and yes we talk about trib fishing as well). A few of our members travel throughout the United States to meet with Natural Reasouce experts. Its really facinating to hear back from them on different stocking theories and baitfish management ideas. If your looking for indepth angling talk, most of the Captains stay after the meeting for an impromptu B.S. session. And finally the pen rearing program.... from November to well into the Spring ,the Pen Rearing program is an important part of the monthly meeting.... So.... my advice to all anglers.... don't put your hands in your pockets, whistle, and stare up at the ceiling... get involved in your local fishing clubs...Elotsa, Lotsa, and the GCBA are always looking for members. Sent from my SM-T550 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  4. When I went to Nodak, we were in the extreme north part... Not many pheasants, but a pile of Sharptails. Boy are they easy...awesome for my young lab. Shot regular waterfowl ( puddlers and Divers) but shot some cackler honkers and some snows.... Sweet trip but an A$$ kicker of a drive. Sent from my VS987 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  5. Nice swan..... Must have looked like a 747 falling out of the sky... I've always wanted to shoot one of those, but the lack of wall space kind of puts the kibosh on that. Been to NoDak a few times myself. Awesome waterfowl and upland hunting up there. Sent from my VS987 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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  7. And you wonder why there is animosity.... Sport..... Sent from my VS987 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  8. I guess having a lake charter boat isn't worthy of being a "known business".... You said it yourself, all input from all areas of the lake are important. All areas.... The DEC had several meetings over that past year....EVERYONE ...was invited to attend. I don't think we have ever had a "Charter stakeholders" meeting... Even our club meetings are open to non Charter boat rec fisherman. So now a charter boat guy finds out about the meeting, requests to attend and is denied? That looks funny.... Look at it from the outside if that's possible. Sent from my VS987 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  9. It appears Canada is not having the same issue, maybe you guys should consider there is somthing gone wrong with the washington strain steelhead currently being stocked.As anybody knows, mutations happen in nature. Certain traits can get "bred out". Look at the Kings.... back when you were a Lake Charter Captain, kings in the upper 30s were relatively common. Now if you get one or two 30s a year, its a good year. As far as this year....ive been out on a boat already. The browns Ive personally seen were the footballs of old days. Fat, healthy, little marks on them. I cleaned two and they were full of Gobies and smelt. I agree we all need to work together, however hearing those statements the other night certainally proves that personal agendas will take precedent over the overall health of the lake. Sent from my SM-T550 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. The bottom line is there is a small group of Trib guys pushing an agenda to get rid of Salmon stocking.... They showed their cards the other night....Actually saying " Since there is Natural Reproduction, Why still stock Salmon".... Then stated that most Trib anglers prefer Steelhead.... Another False statement proven by the numbers of people who partake in Trib fishing from Sept to Nov. Just because a guy doesn't have a fancy pants Orvis reel doesn't mean he doesn't count as a Trib angler. Yes there is always poaching, but there are good people who like salmon fishing tribs.. Just by pure numbers of foot traffic during those months says volumes. Those statements made at that meeting show exactly how selfish these people are... Well the pen programs will continue as always.... Kings AND the beloved Steelhead will be raised by Charter Captains as well as recreational anglers. By the way I stalked some facebook pages last night.... For guys who don't want kings stocked, they sure catch a lot and display big grins for the camera....SMH Sent from my VS987 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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    Got my Hybrid Customs today. I've been using Nick for a year now. He does excellent work. He does very good work on Stickbaits also. Sent from my VS987 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  12. Early 80s i would guess..... i used to use them for spring browns and cohos Sent from my SM-T550 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  13. Alpena diamonds Sent from my SM-T550 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  14. Not a target species! Exactly Brian. I don't think I've run a surface sucker program in a few years.... And If I kept a half a dozen Steel last year, that was a lot. Sent from my VS987 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  15. Well.... Here's the thing... All these pen rearing programs ( of which have been documented to improve survival rates) are predominately managed by Lake Anglers.... Its always been that way. We hold charity events, go to meetings, put nets in, feed the fish x amount of times a day, release the fish, pull the nets, clean em off, put them away.... Its a ton of work.. Now anyone who knows anything about fishing the lake knows Steelhead are rarely targeted.... I'd say 95% of my steelhead catches are by products of my King program. So, If I were a die hard Steelhead guy, I would want more kings in the lake to take the pressure off the steelhead. As fun as they are to catch, most people leave the dock looking for a trophy king... Same goes for browns, however I will admit I love to fish them.... Probably my favorite. I have fished tribs before. Just not my bag fishing for fish that are confined... Now don't get me wrong, I don't knock people who trib fish and its only a small group of anglers lobbying against Kings. I commend the DEC for relative transparency relating to this issue... Again, I was very happy I could attend and support our comrades on the east end of our lake. Sent from my VS987 using Lake Ontario United mobile app