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  1. Rocket science requires a space helmet, common sense requires a mask
  2. I tried to play by the rules yesterday and fish from shore, first 10 minutes yielded 3 bites, none from fish. If corona doesn't get you the lyme probably will. Good luck and stay safe out there.
  3. I believe I read the 2k to 10k in the syracuse paper article but I cannot find that or the actual ESD directive, sorry.
  4. Mar 29, 2020 - 14 in the FAQ at: https://esd.ny.gov/sites/default/files/ ... conducted by state and local governments, including fines up to $10,000 per violation. Doesn't say if the fines are for running a non-essential business or launching a boat.
  5. I've read so many websites to see if the launches were open I'm not sure where that was, i will see if i can locate it.
  6. Last Sunday the launch was open but that was when the order to close was unclear. It's clear now and fines supposed to be $2k to $10k. They probably will take your license plate information, not worth the risk IMO.
  7. Thanks, sounds better than I expected.
  8. I was planning on jigging as well, thanks for the update.
  9. Is it worth a 2.5 hour drive to Long Point for lake trout tomorrow or is the lake a muddy mess from all the rain? Thanks for any updates.
  10. I went from the old lowrance X-85 to a garmin echo. It worked great for jigging lakers for about 2 years and then seemed to not pick up the jig as well no matter how I tried to adjust it. I then went with the humminbird helix and am happy enough to get another one for the boat upgrade. I do better with the lower frequency transducer with the wider cone angle (83kHz and 60 degrees.) Some of the newer DI models with the chirp eliminated that, IMO a mistake. Humminbird helix can run a split screen with both 83 kHz and the 200 kHz (20 degree cone angle), but I prefer the bottom zoom/low frequency split screen. It's all what you feel most comfortable with--I drive a Dodge Ram and my fishing partner loves a Ford 150.
  11. Launched out of long point last weekend but runoff pushed me over to west side-- jigging for lakers. Stoneam:There are lakers north of deans cove launch all the way to the silos. I was 130 to 160 FOW with 47 surface temp. The trollers were between me and the shoreline and I believe they landed lakers and landlocks I'm guessing 75 to 125 FOW. I hooked some lakers suspended 50 to 65 ft over 140. Hope that helps, good luck.
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