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  1. Wow! Those are the nicest perch I have seen, including the Erie jumbos.
  2. The contest is out of the state park. Union springs will be a normal Saturday
  3. Thanks for the info. I was wondering if you saw any atv’s out of the park. My walking days are getting limited and it helps to be able to ride out. thanks.
  4. Not nearly as extensive and impressive as most of you guys but: 7.62 Russian I customized 12 gauge Winchester 20 gauge Ithaca bear whitetail hunter bowteck allegiance ten point shadow light savage M2 muzzleloader 243 Ruger 270 Remington 223 Remington and finally, the biggest thing I ever got going to ice fish Honeoye - a nice fat doe with my 2011 outback.
  5. I just read that. It would help if you had the existing regulations open to compare. The proposal specifically references certain sections in the regs. My eRly morning eyes might not be focusing properly yet but I did not see the 12” Crappie regulation for Honeoye. Whew! 10” and 10 fish. Gills are 8” and 15 fish in Silver and Honeoye but 25 fish elsewhere. I’m not sure on perch. Jefferson county remains no limits but I think it says 25 fish limit in Ontario and I assume the bays. I’m also not sure of limits on perch in inland waters. Nothing on Erie. Maybe someone can interpret this better.
  6. Town halls in smaller towns seem to be better for licenses. Not Greece though. You have to call and make an appointment first. I just looked at last years license while talking to Gator. It expired July 30 for doe tags. The new one begins September 1. Keep that in mind if you are going to shoot a September doe. to
  7. All those ramps are good but he one I would recommend for now with kids and the shortest distance from Rochester would be the small boat harbor. Just put some worm harnesses down as soon as you clear the boat dock area and enter the harbor and head north until you get past the coast guard station and the north gap area. You should be able to pick up a few and probably hit some sheephead and perch.
  8. Very powerful and unfortunately true statements Bob, Les. Being a Long Island guy, you don’t have to tell me about the effects of too much development on a lake or the south shore of LI. The decline of Keuka was amazingly fast. When the alewives crashed, everything started eating the perch including the larger perch! In 2017-18 every perch I caught in May was loaded with baby perch. Since then every laker I get is loaded with perch. Most of you guys are not bass fishermen but they too have taken a nose dive. I have gone from a dozen + Bass per day while just perch fishing the shoreline to one or none. The Cisco stocking does not seem to be the answer. I just wonder what is.
  9. Pequod1

    Perch / rock bass

    Thanks for reminding me. I just went downstairs to my freezer and got a package of Oneidas finest out
  10. It happens. First time out, the schools were really tight. If you were not on top of them, forget it. That was in March with the big ice flow next to us. I got blanked. Not even a hit. Sometimes, fish have a way of making us look dumber than them I
  11. You really have to be right on them and have the right tackle , bottom rig and technique to get them at times. I have had occasions where I was hauling them in and boats 20’ away were not. I also have had that happen to me. It’s great when it all comes together though.makes it all worth while.
  12. Nice video. I was there yesterday and did the same. I launched at the state park for the first time. You would think the state could afford some sort of plastic/ rubber rub rail along the dock. The wood is old and in bad need of repair. We came in at the edge of a thunderstorm and the wind blew us up along the dock but I had my fenders out and didn’t break anything. The parking isn’t good either. You park on the other side of the road up a hill. Thankfully, they had 4 handicapped parking spots open right there otherwise I would have driven to union springs or the mud locks. Yes, sandwick, you can catch perch all summer long right on the shore up tight but not so much In Cayuga as the other fingers.
  13. What were the results? I’m always interested in seeing those weights. thanks.
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