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About Nalod

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  1. Happy and Proud, indeed! Congrats to you, your dad, and your daughter! Awesome experience, and I am sure an even better story for her to tell all of her friends at school today. Next time....let your father sit in a pic with her! haha
  2. I never knew about the males biting the females like you see in video 2. Crazy! Awesome videos!
  3. I think I am the most opinionated person in regards to Cassadaga, so I figured I should throw in my two cents... If it was not a holiday weekend, I would tell you not to go to Cassadaga. Sure, it is an easy lake to get numbers on, but a probable chance of a decent-sized fish is not there. There have been guys that have caught fish in the mid to upper 40s on that lake, but most are low 30s. I want that chance at a 50 no matter where I am fishing. Also, every trip to Chautauqua is a learning experience with so much water to try out and learn. Cassadaga gets boring quickly due to its size. However...with a 12' boat, the forecast (as Adam mentioned), and that there will be gobs and gobs of pleasure boaters swamping every fisherman on Chautauqua this weekend, it is not a bad weekend to voyage out to Cassadaga (it hurts me to even write that. haha) I knew a couple guys a few years back that started their weekend on Chautauqua. They fished the early morning bite and got off the water when they saw all the pleasure boaters start flooding the lake. At that point, they pulled their boat and traveled over to Cassadaga. Since you are starting your trip in Jamestown, this might be a nice move for you? You would get to experience two different lakes! --Joe
  4. Great looking fish, Adam. Also, I like the "NY feel" to the picture with your Chautauqua sweatshirt on! Keep the pics coming...maybe seeing you hooking into them will help my cabin fever! --Joe
  5. I enjoy this more when it was the "fish that got away"...it was a giant!
  6. Ironically, if the fish "crushes it" or not, they are always proclaimed to be "barely hooked" when it is near net time...
  7. Send it over here...I will let you know how it runs!
  8. Yup. Hex has a partial hexagon lip while the xorsist is circular. Here are some videos showing the action of the baits: Xorsist: Hex:
  9. @Ronix 51 has a few...Mike: Thoughts?
  10. What a great looking table...oh, I guess the table you were sitting at was not bad either Glad you all had a good time! --Joe
  11. Thanks, Steve. Any word if the bass tournament will be on the same day? I am trying to get a good idea of what to expect at the launch that morning. I have not been at Waneta yet this year, so I am not sure if they are still holding their weekly Saturday tourneys this year... --Joe
  12. Mark Troy Musky Tournament Has anyone heard if/when the Mark Troy tourney will be held this year? I just want to make sure I am off for that weekend. Thanks! --Joe
  13. Congrats, Bob. An absolute beauty!!!
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