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chowder

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  1. Selling the old arch off my Islander( see picture below). I replaced it with a T-Top and electric planers. Arch mounts on flat part of decking and includes backer plates. PM me
  2. Fish USA has them. I like the brown trout candy color pattern
  3. Doc and I seemed destined to fish under adverse conditions this year. Continuing the trend was our outing yesterday. For a very brief 15 minutes all seemed well after clearing the break wall and then quickly things deteriorated as a nasty west wind freshened up and breakers formed as we were getting lines out. We lost a first fish to a break off and then struggled to hold course westward eventually giving up and trolling south. Somewhere east of the break wall we got traction on the browns and slammed some real beauties. After realizing we were going to limit soon we turned back towards the launch which left Doc to handle the last couple by himself due to the necessity of clinging to the wheel on my part. Similar to my last outing the fish seemed to be podded up with out a clear connection to anything. This trip the bay rat BT took 1/2 and the black silver yozuris the other 1/2. Our fish mostly came in 12 fow, speed was ‘ god only knows ‘
  4. Doc and I seemed destined to fish under adverse conditions this year. Continuing the trend was our outing yesterday. For a very brief 15 minutes all seemed well after clearing the break wall and then quickly things deteriorated as a nasty west wind freshened up and breakers formed as we were getting lines out. We lost a first fish to a break off and then struggled to hold course westward eventually giving up and trolling south. Somewhere east of the break wall we got traction on the browns and slammed some real beauties. After realizing we were going to limit soon we turned back towards the launch which left Doc to handle the last couple by himself due to the necessity of clinging to the wheel on my part. Similar to my last outing the fish seemed to be podded up with out a clear connection to anything. This trip the bay rat BT took 1/2 and the black silver yozuris the other 1/2. Our fish mostly came in 12 fow, speed was ‘ god only knows ‘
  5. Place is 5 minutes from my house. The folks mean well but overpromise and underdeliver. if you make a deal for something they have right there you an do well if they need $ right then. Never give them $ without getting the product.
  6. No docks, just dropped it in and motored over to a rickety ‘dock’ behind the north to pickup the crew and then power loaded apon return. Not bad at all. Water is a bit low.
  7. Good times fishing cold water the last couple days. Fished east and west of the breakwall in 20-3’ ran sticks behind the big boards at 1.6-2.5. Fish seemed to be in pockets not related to temp and got most in 37 to 38 degree water. We ran a varying range of colors and shapes but almost all came on black silver 3” yozuri and 3” bass pro stx yozuri clones. 1 coho hit a lime bay rat and 1 brown hit a yellow smith wick.
  8. If you run em when the fish are hot they will be!! (lol)
  9. Spring Striper fishing techniques are pretty location specific. In general baits begin to diverge as you go down river. The Kingston area is where you see the most trolling. It's a great way to cover water and use gear you may already have. Schoolies (small to medium fish) can produce a lot of action and we have certainly caught big fish trolling as well. So there is a lot of ways to skin a cat on the Hudson. Just remember it's really all about having fun
  10. I packed in mine. Maybe I wasn’t supposed to. I saw few tracks but didn’t really scout much. This time of year my hunting is very focused on coyotes.
  11. Treman must be one of the Deer management pieces this year. We hunted one last year maybe it was “Buttermilk “ I took a doe in there after 7 hours of seeing nothing . What have your experiences with these hunts been
  12. Some days you eat the bear and some days the bear eats you. Yeah, Reel Doc and chowder got eaten by the bear yesterday. Launch was frozen in, main didn’t wanna start fish ,mood was ultra negative electronics quit. But through it all we laughed , drank beer and most importantly survived the coldest open water day we ever tried to fish
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