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Kevin J Legg

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About Kevin J Legg

  • Birthday 11/20/1952

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    Plessis, NY
  • Interests
    Hunting, fishing, Syracuse Basketball, PSU Football, Gardening

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  1. Kevin J Legg

    Next generation fishing

    Was able to get my two grandkids on a dock to catch sunfish. Four year old caught about 15 and two year old about 8. Kept them interested about 10 minutes but they had fun and did well. I kept and cleaned the 5 largest and fried them up with some walleye. The kids love grampy's fish! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. Kevin J Legg

    Nice haul on a sunset troll

    Feel your pain! We will get through it. Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. Kevin J Legg

    Nice haul on a sunset troll

    Nice job Justin. I'm having issues with a pinched nerve and haven't had my boat in the water in 6 weeks! Coincidentally my buddy Prof T has a pinched nerve in his shoulder also. Perhaps we have been dragging those weights for to long. Not fun! Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  4. Kevin J Legg

    River report

    Nice to see the river picking up. Unfortunately I haven't been out but I think my shoulder is slowly healing. Those drum do tug. I catch more trolling for eyes on the lake than in the river. Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  5. Great video! I've jigged them in Finger Lakes but never tried it in Ontario. Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  6. Kevin J Legg

    Henderson Harbor

    Sound like you had a great week! Still dealing with a pinched nerve in my shoulder and haven't been in my boat in nearly 3 weeks. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  7. Kevin J Legg

    West end action

    Love the video. Hope the mate got a great tip as he earned it! Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  8. Kevin J Legg

    Video on gobie on bass spawn

    Everyone knows the bass are bigger with rise in the gobie population but having fished the river since the mid seventies I know the numbers in the SLR have dropped significantly and the fisheries biologists concur. Since tournament fishing is a size not a numbers game their totals weights are still good and likely better than pre gobie time. Just delay the opener a week or two to help protect this great resource for future generations. Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  9. Kevin J Legg

    Mexico 7-8-18

    Nice catch! Been fighting a pinched never in my shoulder and haven't fished in two weeks! Hopefully I'll be able to get out this week. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  10. Kevin J Legg

    Video on gobie on bass spawn

    Sounds to me like a decent ideal. Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  11. Kevin J Legg

    Mexico

    Nice Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  12. Kevin J Legg

    Mexico

    Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  13. Kevin J Legg

    Video on gobie on bass spawn

    Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  14. Kevin J Legg

    Video on gobie on bass spawn

    In the past few days, the lab crew conducted some interesting experiments on Lake Ontario to determine whether gobies will consume any of the “bottom fry” stage of Smallmouth Bass if the male is angled off the nest and quickly returned. They were able to get some amazing footage that provides the answer. We thought it was definitely worth sharing. For those that are interested, some additional information is provided below. For several years, we’ve been investigating the relationship between the timing of bass spawning and the opening of bass season on Lake Ontario. As part of this research, we are also trying to better understand the potential impacts of gobies on bass that are still at different stages of spawning when the season opens. Gobies are often talked about as an “egg predator”, but much less is known about whether they will consume other early life stages of fish. The video associated with this post provides conclusive evidence that gobies will also quickly eat the “bottom fry” stage of Smallmouth Bass. This amazing footage shows several gobies striking and consuming bottom fry after the guarding male is angled off the nest. Another other interesting thing about this footage is that this large male was angled and released very quickly by an experienced angler, but the fish was not able to chase the gobies out of the nest when it first returned. Only after a few additional minutes of recovery was it able to protect the remaining bottom fry. During that time, several gobies were in the nest consuming the bottom fry. The last noteworthy point about this video is that it was taken 11 days after the current opening date of bass season. For best quality click HD in settings. Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  15. Kevin J Legg

    SLR Bass opener

    That's a piggy Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
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