jimmay

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  1. UV Tape Peeling Just wondering if anyone has found a quick fix for peeling UV tape on spoons. I have come across a bunch that have started to have the tape peel off on the bottoms or sides before even getting used. I would just replace the tape but most spoons now there is paint on the tape. Thanks.
  2. Precision Trolling - The Troller Bible "Pro Edition" I have two copies of Precision Trolling - The Troller Bible "Pro Edition" for sale. One copy (one left) was opened and is "As new". The other copy has not been opened. Asking $130 USD each plus $12 for shipping. Paypal preferred.
  3. Here is a short video on GLIER (Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research) for some of the salmon that were tagged earlier this year for a new depth and temperature study on Lake Ontario. The first sets of information were discussed at this year's Salmon Symposium in Port Credit. Remember, if you get a tagged fish there is a reward for returning the tags (information is at the end of the video). The information in the study is only as good as what they get back! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Lzf17tsdp5Q
  4. http://www.spoonpullers.com/forums/index.php?topic=26453.msg157436;topicseen#msg157436 This post on spoonpullers has the charts referenced.
  5. Thanks Jerry. Here is a link to the audio of the whole event that was taped by a member of the audience. It also has a pdf link to some of the presentation flies. http://www.spoonpullers.com/forums/index.php/topic,25954.0.html Here is a link to the video link to the stocking and recovery locations files in the presentation.
  6. Some information has been Posted in the General Board on Spoonpullers site. Title of the thread is ``Port Credit Salmon and Trout Association Symposium - Audio by jfneron`. I will let the mods decide here if it can be directly linked.
  7. Lots of great presentations this morning. More to come this afternoon!
  8. For anyone coming to the Salmon Symposium Saturday there should be a good presentation on Saturday - Prey Fish Dynamics from Brian Weidel, USGS Oswego NY and Jeremy Holden, OMNRF (what are they eating and how that's going). It would be a good time to ask questions. Lets hope all those 3-5 year old alewife in the lake had a great spawn and the YOY had a good winter.
  9. Will find out this weekend and let you know.
  10. Less than a week to go! Lots of good stuff has come in for the silent auction. The BBQ is ready to roll thanks to marina staff and Snug Harbour restaurant. About 200 people have registered. Here's the Agenda: Lake Ontario Salmon Symposium 2016 April 2, 2016 8:30 am to 4:30 pm Port Credit Waterside Inn - 15 Stavebank Road, Mississauga, Ontario Local Hosts: Port Credit Salmon and Trout Association in partnership with the Lake Ontario Management Unit - Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry. 8:55 am Welcome from John Ozolins (MC) 9:00 am Opening Remarks, Brian Lambie, PCSTA 9:15 am Lake Ontario - 2015 – Year in Review from U.S. lake manager, Steve LaPan, NYSDEC 9:45 Chinook Salmon Fishery Management , Ontario Lake Manager, Andy Todd, OMNRF 10:15 am Coffee Break and chance to gather information from exhibitors and place bids on Silent Auction items. 10:45 am Prey Fish Dynamics from Brian Weidel, USGS Oswego NY and Jeremy Holden, OMNRF (what are they eating and how that's going) 11:15 am Tagged Salmon - What the tracked salmon are doing. Aaron Fisk, University of Windsor and Tim Johnson, OMNRF 11:45 am Chinook Fishery Dynamics Overview. The lake has changed and it will keep changing. What does that mean for anglers? Brian Lambie - Port Credit Salmon and Trout Association 12:00 pm PCSTA BBQ at the Port Credit Village Marina (run by City of Mississauga staff and Snug Harbour Restaurant) 1:00 pm Chinook Fishery Dynamics - Randy Scott’s 30 Year Angler Diary Revealed and Panel Discussion. (The diary logs 12,000 of the fish he caught, where he got them and how. Spoiler Alert, Randy caught a lot of monsters and his diary is a map of how the lake has changed over 30 years.) Mike Yuille OMNRF with anglers Randy Scott, Jerry Felluca and Al Van Dusen. 2:00 Break -- and last call for Silent Auction bids. 2:30 pm The Future of the Chinook Fishery - Lake Huron Perspective Frank Krist, Chair of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources Lake Huron Citizens Fishery Advisory Committee. 3:15 pm The Future of the Chinook Fishery - Panel Discussion Lake Managers, Scientists and Anglers. 4:00 pm Wrap up and 9.9 HP Mercury Outboard Draw by John Ozolins (MC). Ticket for the draw will be on sale at the Symposium.
  11. Only a few weeks away. Don't forget to sign up. Its free!
  12. Just a reminder the symposium is free but advanced registration is required.