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  1. The Orleans County leg of the Lake Ontario Pro/Am Series will be held the weekend of June 12th and 13th. As a pre-event to the tournament the Condor Memorial Series 3 Fish Event will be held on Friday June 11th. This event will be open to anyone who would like to fish it. It is a cash only in and cash out tournament with 100% pay back. It will pay 25% of the entry field and must be fished out of Oak Orchard. Entries will be accepted up until 7:00 AM the morning of the event, they can be filled out at Lake Breeze Marina, 4C’s Marina, Captains Cove and Narby’s, or you can see me directly. Only 3 fish may be in your cooler at the weigh-in if you have more that 3 you will be disqualified. You must be in line for the weigh-in by 3 PM at the County Park weigh-in site for the Pro/AM
  2. I received this from Bill for this weekends event: Drew’s Crew would like to remind everyone about the upcoming tournament to “Fish for a Cure†for Juvenile Diabetes on Saturday, August 29, 2009. The registration fee is $50, and entries are available at Lake Breeze Marina, Four C’s Marina, Narby’s and Captain’s Cove. We will have a tent, tables and chairs in case of inclement weather. Speaking of bad weather, we have decided to extend the registration deadline to 7:30 the day of the event just in case smaller crafts are on the fence regarding lake conditions. We have received a huge amount of products from some fabulous sponsors to give away. We are really looking forward to a fantastic day of fishing, and supporting a worthy cause. A special thanks to everyone who has helped us out, your time and efforts are greatly appreciated! Ursula & Bill “CropDuster†Rosenswie
  3. There will be a benefit tournament on August 29th. The event is called “Drew’s Crew†Fishing for a cure proceeds to benefit the “Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundationâ€. Payouts will be presented to the top 5 boats with the heaviest 3 fish combo plus hundreds of dollars of merchandise will be given away donated by The “Jack Rosenswie Company†and the many manufactures they represent. The prizes will be awarded at Lake Breeze Marina during an awards ceremony to follow immediately after the event. There will be a blind drawing according to registration # for the merchandise and also a 50/50 raffle, you must be present for all drawings to win! Registrations will be accepted at Lake Breeze Marina, 4C’s Marina, Captains Cove Resort and Narby’s until 6:00AM the day of the event, weigh-in will be at Lake Breeze Marina from 1-3 PM, the registration fee is $50/boat. Lets hope as many people as possible will step-up to fish and have fun for this worthy cause.
  4. Remember the third Condor event will be this Saturday the 22nd the same as all of the other events. Weigh-in will be held at 4C’s Marina for this event and 4C’s only. You must fish from the Oak and sign ups will be taken at Lake Breeze Marina, 4C’s Marina, Captains Cove and Narby’s until 7:30 Saturday morning. The reason we allow sign up until that time is that fishermen that may wish to participate in the event and have smaller vessels can make a decision on the weather before the enter the event. Since once you enter the event it will be your decision to fish but we will not cancel the event.
  5. I would like to remind everyone that the Second Event of the Condor Series will be held next Saturday August 8th. Entry is $100 entry per boat. Entries are now being accepted at Lake Breeze Marina, 4 C's Marina, Captains Cove Resort and Narby's Superette and Tackle. The weigh-in location for this event will be Lake Breeze Marina. You must weigh-in your 3 biggest fish before 3:00 PM and you can sign up until 7:30 AM the morning of the event. You must fish from the Oak Orchard Harbor only to be eligible for this event (that is leave the Oak Orchard harbor by boat/water and return to it by boat/water the day of the event). Pay out will be 25% of the field (ex: 20 boats entered, payout top 5).
  6. If they contact me and are willing to be involved it could happen. CBS 585-733-5829
  7. Don’t forget the First of the Condor Tournament Series events will be held on Saturday. Entry is $100 entry per boat. You may have as many people on the boat as you would like and run as many rods as you like as long as you are legal. You must be in line to weigh-in your 3 biggest fish before 3:00 PM at the designated weigh-in station, which for this event will be 4C’s Marina on the day of the tournament. You can sign up until 7:30 AM the morning of the event. You must fish from the Oak Orchard Harbor only to be eligible for this event (that is leave the Oak Orchard harbor by boat/water and return to it by boat/water the day of the event). Pay out will be 25% of the field (ex: 20 boats entered, payout top 5). Entries will be accepted at Lake Breeze Marina, 4 C's Marina, Captains Cove Resort and Narby's Superette and Tackle.
  8. The first event in the Condor Tournament Series at the Oak will be Saturday July 18th, the following establishments have entry forms; Capt. Cove, Narby’s, Lake Breeze Marina and 4C’s Marina. The Weigh-in Location for this first event will be 4C’s Marina.
  9. Again anyone is welcome to fish it and they can fish anywhere on the lake as long as they leave and return to the Oak by water. Orleans county does not run the Derby the Rotary does what they do is up to them. Orleans county does not run this event either. I am sure we will have a number of great event as I am sure you will. Good Luck.
  10. That last statement deserves no answer. CBS
  11. I know I heard you were there. CBS
  12. Jerry, l love you babe in the Deck Chair, but here is the point, where is Olcott and Wilson Niagara county, where is Oswego and Mexico Bay, Oswego county. Where is Sandy Creek, Monroe county where is the Oak, Orleans county. We welcome everyone to fish this but this is an Oak event. I would like someone to call the organizers of the Sodus or Oswego Pro/Am and tell them that they would like to enter but only if they can fish out of Sandy. See what they say. As far as the last event in 2008 I never did enter that event (I know that) and the reason that there was no Oak boats in it I will not discuss here. Also in the previous events only 2 Sandy boats entered (per registrations received) and from what I was told both of those boats were trailerable. Luv Ya Dude, but this is and Oak event that is it, that is the feed back I have gotten on this matter. If guys at Sandy chose not to participate I am sorry and I wish you all a lot of luck with your event I am sure you will not be getting the same issues from Oak boats as we are getting from the Sandy boats. Also I am only the messenger don't shoot the messenger. CBS
  13. We have and did think about it carefully again as I said before: Will, you buy gas at Lake Breeze, eat lunch at 4C's, eat breakfast at the Lighthouse, have a beer at the BNI? Fishing from the Oak the chances of this happening increase since they all have a stake in this not just Narby's and Captains cove.
  14. Will, you buy gas at Lake Breeze, eat lunch at 4C's, eat breakfast at the Lighthouse, have a beer at the BNI? Fishing from the Oak the chances of this happening increase since they all have a stake in this not just Narby's and Captains cove.
  15. Guys we have thought about this and clearly understand your position on being able to enter these events and fish out of Sandy. First the majority of the boats that fished these events last year were from th Oak, Sandy Boats never did out number the Oak boats. Second many businesses from the Oak will be volunteering their time and people to help support these events and it is only fair that we give them an opportunity recoup some of their expenses for their efforts. Also these events are a vehicle to support tourism in Orleans County and the more boats we put "At the Oak" the more we increase the chances of this happening.
  16. I would like to announce some exciting events that will take place this summer. First we will be having our First Annual Condor Memorial Tournament Series of which there will be 4 events, they will be held in support of our Annual Orleans County Pro/Am, entry is $100 entry per boat. You may have as many people on the boat as you would like and run as many rods as you like as long as you are legal. You must weigh-in your 3 biggest fish before 3PM at the designated weigh-in station on the day of the tournament and you can sign up until 7:30 AM the morning of the event. You must fish from the Oak Orchard Harbor only to be eligible for this event (that is leave the Oak Orchard harbor by boat/water and return to it by boat/water the day of the event). Pay out will be 25% of the field (ex: 20 boats entered payout top 5). The Dates of these events will be July 18th, Aug 8th, Aug 22nd and Sept 12th. Entries will be accepted at Lake Breeze Marina, 4c’s Marina, Capt. Cove Resort and Narby’s Superette and Tackle. Next we will have our Annual Shongo Memorial Derby. This event will be held July 25th and entries will be accepted at 4’C’s Marina only, up until the morning of the event at 6:00 AM. Entry is $50 per boat and payout will be the top 3 Salmon and the top 3 trout of any spices. The Prizes will be presented at a Pig Roasts at 4C’s to be held immediately after the event. Next we will have our 2nd Annual Release/Johnny V. Tournament this event will be held on Sept. 6th it will be the same format as the Condor events with entry sites to be announced. Capt. Bob Steven of Sunrise II is the point person for this event. The awards ceremony will be held during a party at Red Breeze Camp Grounds at 13465 Waterport-Carlton Rd. starting at 4:00 PM. This event is also a fundraiser for the Oak Orchard Pen rearing project. Bob Stevens Sunrise II/Bob Songin Reel Excitement will accept donations in Johnny V’s name any time leading up to the event. And last but not least we will be having our 3rd annual “One Man Tournament†on Tuesday Sept. 8th Entry is $100 per man/boat, fishing commences at 6:00 AM and ends at 11:00 AM entries are accepted by Bob Stevens/Bob Songin up until the morning of the event at 6:00 AM. The format is very easy one man, one boat, and two rods you must fish the Oak. Minimum fish size is 25 inches; total weight of your 3 fish limit determines winners. Awards presented immediately following.
  17. We will be receiving our pen-fish on Wednesday April 15th at 12:30, please meet at Lake Breeze Marina at 12:00 noon so we are ready for this delivery. See everyone there, Bob Songin Oak Orchard Pen Rearing
  18. I am sure everyone was wondering when the first right of Spring Salmon fishing would begin. Well I would like to announce that we will be putting the pens together on Saturday April 4th in preparation for this years delivery of fish which I believe will be mid month according to the information I have received so far from the DEC. We will be holding 82,500 Salmon and 14,000, steelhead this coming year. So bring your side-cutters for a 9:00 AM start at Lake Breeze Marina. If we have bad weather on Saturday we will move it to Sunday the 5th. Thanks and See you all there. Bob Songin Fish delivery and feeding infomaiton will follow as it becomes available.
  19. The passing of a true salmon fishing pioneer, teacher, mentor and lure designer. Sadly we lost one of the true pioneers of modern great lakes salmon fishing. Captain Joe Riefer of Condor Charters. If you did not know him, you should have if you did, count yourself fortunate. Joe and his wife/partner began salmon fishing on Lake Michigan and its tribs...Bear Creek, the Manistee and the Muskegon in the late '60s. In the mid '70s when fishing got good here they moved to Lake Ontario, specifically the Oak. Joe was an innovator in salmon fishing techniques and lure design. He designed tested and perfected Pirate Spoons. He would spend the off-season cutting spoons and hammering them by hand. Many of the charter captains in the mid 80’s would wait in line to get one of his spoons. There is no more productive spoon than his 44, on spring steelhead, bar none or the 06 (now the 66) as it was called on fall staging Salmon in the shallows in front of the wall at the Oak. He taught or mentored some of the best charter captains on the lake today. His skill and knowledge of salmon fishing was unquestionable and he passed it along to many of his friends and colleagues. Even after Joe stopped fishing, he and his wife Shirley continued to be involved by pioneering the first true successful web site for salmon fishing information on the Great Lakes, “At the Oak†which continues to be the model for a world class fishing informational web site. During the summer months as many as 1500 individuals would visit this site daily. (Many of the new fishermen know him more for these endeavors than his fishing skills). In Joes own words “We admit that some of our primary enjoyment comes from doing what little we can to promote our fishery (it is world class) and especially to give anglers, from near or far, at least a starting point. Some areas we do pride ourselves on are the frequency of our reports, impartiality on Charters and lures, and above all, "tell it like it is" credibilityâ€. We will all sadly miss Joe and his wit, and I hope you will all keep his wife Shirley in your prayers. I know I will. A devoted Friend and Student Capt. Bob Songin Reel Excitement Charters
  20. The passing of a true salmon fishing pioneer, teacher, mentor and lure designer. Sadly we lost one of the true pioneers of modern great lakes salmon fishing. Captain Joe Riefer of Condor Charters. If you did not know him, you should have if you did, count yourself fortunate. Joe and his wife/partner began salmon fishing on Lake Michigan and its tribs...Bear Creek, the Manistee and the Muskegon in the late '60s. In the mid '70s when fishing got good here they moved to Lake Ontario, specifically the Oak. Joe was an innovator in salmon fishing techniques and lure design. He designed tested and perfected Pirate Spoons. He would spend the off-season cutting spoons and hammering them by hand. Many of the charter captains in the mid 80’s would wait in line to get one of his spoons. There is no more productive spoon than his 44, on spring steelhead, bar none or the 06 (now the 66) as it was called on fall staging Salmon in the shallows in front of the wall at the Oak. He taught or mentored some of the best charter captains on the lake today. His skill and knowledge of salmon fishing was unquestionable and he passed it along to many of his friends and colleagues. Even after Joe stopped fishing, he and his wife Shirley continued to be involved by pioneering the first true successful web site for salmon fishing information on the Great Lakes, “At the Oak†which continues to be the model for a world class fishing informational web site. During the summer months as many as 1500 individuals would visit this site daily. (Many of the new fishermen know him more for these endeavors than his fishing skills). In Joes own words “We admit that some of our primary enjoyment comes from doing what little we can to promote our fishery (it is world class) and especially to give anglers, from near or far, at least a starting point. Some areas we do pride ourselves on are the frequency of our reports, impartiality on Charters and lures, and above all, "tell it like it is" credibilityâ€. We will all sadly miss Joe and his wit, and I hope you will all keep his wife Shirley in your prayers. I know I will. A devoted Friend and Student Capt. Bob Songin Reel Excitement Charters
  21. 7 Diawa 47SH reels for sale with new drags $25 each [email protected] or 585-733-5829
  22. The 42-second spoon I run is a DW with a glow ladder back first and a silver (I use silver prism) over the top. The original spoon was first run by Tommy Boddi (Screaming Reels) it was called an emerald by silver streak. Dave Siegfried (Tracker) added the glow and it became the 42-second spoon. How did it get its name? The story is that when you put it down it would go within 42 seconds. It has been a staple in the Oak Captains boxes for many years. Tommy Boddi told me today that silver streak use to call it the UGT (ugly green thing) because no one would buy it, how things change? Bob Songin
  23. I have one $325 Gift Certificate for NK lures for sale for $200 and one $100 Gift Certificate for Yeck lures for $50. Call Bob at 585-733-5829
  24. For everyones information: The Don Johannes/Pete DeAngleo Memorial Fishing Tournament to be held May 30th will pay out based on 50 boats entered @$100/boat Big Fish(1-3) $850/510/340 Total weight 3 best fish (1-10) $1300/800/700/600/500/400/350/300/250/200 The Summer 2008 LOC Derby will pay Four divisions, Salmon, Rainbow/Steelhead, Brown, and Lake Trout Grand Prize - $7,500 – Largest fish entered Each of the four Divisions First $1000 Second $400 Third $300 Fourth $200 Fifth place $100 Sixth – 10th $75 11th – 15th $50 16th – 20th $25 The Fall 2008 LOC Derby Four divisions, Salmon, Rainbow/Steelhead, Brown, and Lake Trout Grand Prize - $20,000 – Largest fish entered Each of the four Divisions First $2500 Second $1000 Third $550 Fourth $450 Fifth place $300 Sixth – 10th $200 11th – 15th $100 16th – 20th $50 $100 Daily award for the largest fish in each Division
  25. Dave I am asking a simple question that requires a simple answer, with no negativity. I never said I did not like this event or that I would not enter it and I clearly understand why it is taking place. Please do not put words down that I did not state. It would be great if the pot is growing but there has been no indication to that effect. This event and the people running it have used and continue to employ this board as a vehicle to communicate what is happening (as you can see they started this thread) with the Salmon Slam. I never said they were afraid I said “I hope they would not be afraidâ€
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