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  1. Way to go. Did not get out in big boat. Had to take and get bellows replaced. Next weekend hopefully. Sat. On the big O. Sent from my XT907 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. Coast guard axillary does them ask for a marine safety check. A lot of times they will meet you at your marina. Was a guy here near dexter can't remember his name. Call CG they should have number. Sent from my XT907 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. Nice walleye Sent from my GT-P3113 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  4. Interesting. Thanks for sharing. Sent from my XT907 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  5. I'm open pretty much unless the big eyes really get fired up on the big o. My only drawback will be weather as were going to use little boat. 15 ft. Sent from my XT907 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. Nice catch. Way to stay on them. Hoping the big ones on the big o are getting ready. Sent from my XT907 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. I would be interested have to use little boat not hauoing bug one down would be fun if weather cooperated Sent from my GT-P3113 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  8. Navionics Sent from my XT907 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  9. It was bad out. we were in the trench area also. Did you see the small 14ft tiller running with kids in it going in and out of the fog near high rocks. A yellow teeshirt hanging on a stick off back. Un real Sent from my XT907 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. Its not the Charter Captains or the Ones that catch there limits. There is so much bait on this end of the lake they are just gorging themselves causing poor fishing for the walleye. Browns are on fire, go to other end and see how they are doing on them ,Not good. I have been fishing them for over 20 years up here and this year is slow but the water is different, the temps are lower, and you have to spend your time searching for them. Maybe in a diiferent location or 2 compared to normal. You pay for a license that entitles you the fisherman to keep your limit. There is a Limit for a reason. Just because some spend more time maybe a lot of miles searching for them and then catching them when they do is Not wrong and Is not hurting the fishery. My self i troll 90 percent for walleye. to this date i have over 950 miles on my gps from this time last year ( New unit last July ) Thats alot of Time, Gas and $$$$$$$$$$$ , and when i find them Yes I do keep my Limit and we Eat every single one of them.
  11. Yes they are still in buisness. Very busy I know. Sent from my XT907 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  12. No the morning bite was not any better we fished from 6am to 2pm in the same area.
  13. 1992 Max 6x6 with Optional Roll bar and windshield. 16 hp Briggs engine with electric start. 6 new tires. Used only for ice fishing. Pictures avail upon request..
  14. Panfisher, We don't target Bass or or Pike, we usually only target the Eyes. Sometimes its tough but when you find them watch out.
  15. I would speed up to 2.0 fo 2.2 this time of the year and experkment with s turns and see what side gets the hits [ Post made via Android ]
  16. I would secont the trailering to sackets, they have been in the trench and should be getting ready for the river. never fished in front of sackets in BR bay but wow i would think they stack up out there b4 they enter the bouyes.
  17. Good day on the big O
  18. Solar energy is a nice thought, but where are you going to store all those batteries and dispose of when you need to. My water is on fire tonight, wow . my hunting camps water has been on fire for 30 years, no where near drilling hmmmmmm I do know the Real truth about Dimick trust me on that one. So does the DEP evidently and the EPA And waisting time on documentarys made by liberal democrates and or Activists that are only 1 sided is not worth any energy since we need to save the enviroment from global warming. ok enough is enough. I need to get ready to get my Eco friendly Big block ready for some Walleye and salmon this weekend. Red worms and night crawlers, hmm its a good guess.
  19. Well, Thank you, Like you said "To each there own" I guess the way i look at is. I live in a City or Suburb of one and all my heat and cooking is natural Gas. Otherwise i would have to cut a whole bunch of nice green trees to burn for Heat, and Fire and find a way to fuel my car with burning logs actually ( would need a truck to Haul extra wood to fuel my Vehicle ) and invest in a fire burning generator for my Electric, if avail. I also guess if everyone could be totally self sufficient able to cut trees and burn for heat and use candles for light, and walk or ride horses ( wow going back in time dejavue ) it would be fine. Our Electric is being powered by Natural Gas. The natural gas is made in the USA. Generates Millions of Local Jobs and Money into the economy. I can run my car or truck for about $1.50 cents a gallon. Would be nice to run Boat also Hmmmmmm . Its clean for the enviroment. We dont need to get our solders Killed over fighting for IT. We can drill a Well and Bring home a solder. We dont need to pay foreign countries for a product that is right here under our feet. We dont need to support countries that will kill our Children, Parents , Brothers or Sisters ,Aunts and Uncles in war. If Done Properly it does not affect the enviroment. Drill Safe is the term. So i guess right now with what Technology is avail and safe and here in our own country then YES I will support it. Enjoy those Tribs and good luck with the fishing.
  20. Enough wasting my breath on this, i have a real job to do. Like deciding where the Walleye are going to be this Weekend , shhhhhh i might be using worms
  21. oh this guy The word Activist jumped out at me im sorry Josh FoxFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to: navigation, search Josh Fox giving a talk in West Vancouver, British Columbia.Josh Fox is an American film director and environmental activist, best known for his Oscar-nominated 2010 documentary, Gasland. In addition to this film, he is one of the most prominent public critics of hydraulic fracturing, also known as fracking.[1] In February 2012 he was arrested during a U.S. House of Representatives subcommittee hearing on hydraulic fracturing when he attempted to videotape the proceedings.[2][3] [edit] External linksJosh Fox at the Internet Movie Database [edit] References1.^ Bauers, Sandy (2011). "A raucous anti-fracking rally in Center City". articles.philly.com. http://articles.philly.com/2011-09-07/n ... s-drilling. Retrieved 3 February 2012. 2.^ Goldenberg, Suzanne (2012-02-01). "Josh Fox, director of Gasland, arrested at fracking hearing". The Guardian (London: GMG). ISSN 0261-3077. OCLC 60623878. http://www.guardian.co.uk/environment/2 ... d-fracking. Retrieved 3 February 2012. 3.^ Banerjee, Neela (2012-02-01). "'Gasland' director Fox arrested filming House subcommittee". Los Angeles Times (Los Angeles: Tribune Co). ISSN 0458-3035. http://www.latimes.com/news/local/envir ... 7363.story. Retrieved 3 February 2012. This biographical article about a United States activist is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v ·t ·e This article about a United States film director is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v ·t ·e Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Josh_Fox&oldid=496276518" View page ratingsRate this page Rate this page Page ratings What's this?Current average ratings. Trustworthy Objective Complete Well-written I am highly knowledgeable about this topic (optional) I have a relevant college/university degreeIt is part of my professionIt is a deep personal passionThe source of my knowledge is not listed here I would like to help improve Wikipedia, send me an e-mail (optional) We will send you a confirmation e-mail. We will not share your e-mail address with outside parties as per our feedback privacy statement.Submit ratings Saved successfullyYour ratings have not been submitted yetYour ratings have expiredPlease reevaluate this page and submit new ratings. An error has occurred. Please try again later. Thanks! Your ratings have been saved.Please take a moment to complete a short survey.Start surveyMaybe later Thanks! Your ratings have been saved.Do you want to create an account?An account will help you track your edits, get involved in discussions, and be a part of the community.Create an accountorLog inMaybe later Thanks! Your ratings have been saved.Did you know that you can edit this page?Edit this pageMaybe later Categories: Living peopleAmerican film directorsAmerican documentary filmmakersDocumentary film directorsAmerican environmentalistsAmerican activist stubsAmerican film director stubs
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