Kevin J Legg

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About Kevin J Legg

  • Birthday 11/20/1952

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    Plessis, NY
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    Hunting, fishing, Syracuse Basketball, PSU Football, Gardening
  1. Captain Tom Ewing is a great guy and knowledgeable of the area. He's been at it a long time and can likely put you on both the warm and cold water species you mentioned depending on weather and water temperatures. Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  2. I think as long as you stick to the hook point restictions per line you are ok. I have a friend from Ottawa that picked a couple up last year after fishing with me and uses them successfully on the river. They use Victrola rigs, etc. on the Finger Lakes so don't see any issues. Different than jug fishing and trot lines which I don't believe are legal. Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  3. I have a 18' Lund Alaskan. Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  4. Well said Prof T. Bottom line is it takes a great deal of time and experimentation to figure out techniques that work on various locations. Probably not going to be highly successful if you just run out for a night or a weekend. I've put in years of experimenting to become consistent on the SLR and it still isn't easy. Need to be observant and try different approaches to find out what works. Boat control in the current is very key. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  5. We use Nexus cards when duck hunting. General it is fairly easy to call in particularly when you've done it a few times as they seem to have your information on hand. Duck hunting we do anchor or make land so rules are different. We have had some instances when the person taking our call didn't seem to know how the system was suppose to work so we hung up, called again and talked to a different agent with no difficulty. I know they are trying to make this easier for boaters and fisherman but I don't believe anything has changed yet. Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  6. Justin, Prof T and I do things slightly differently in our boat control but we can both adapt to fish in each other's boat and still be successful. Similar techniques but slightly different way of maintaining boat control which is key. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  7. Fish at night, troll upriver where there is current and fish in 25-50 fow. Not easy to do if you don't know the area and use proper techniques. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  8. Perspective is different with high water. Submerged docks can be an issue as can floating debris. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  9. Prof T and I made our first outing on t of the year this evening on the river. Not a bad start for the year. 28" and 24". Lots of debris so caution is advised out there at night. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. Let's hope the worst is over. I agree that the positive spin on the high water is the possibility of a great spawn for many species, particularly the northern pike which have dwindle significantly in the last 40 years. I also warn people of much debris floating in both the lake and the river. Some big stuff that could do significant damage to a boat. Go slow and don't throw a wake! Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  11. Fished again today and the bite had slowed but we still caught 8 sea bass, 1 tautog, and some scup. Will try again in the morning. Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
  12. Great bird Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  13. Having some for supper tonight Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  14. Fishing off my brothers 17' Whaler. Only have to run about a half mile from his mooring to a rock pile off the old canal. Catching them on medium spinning rods using jigs and plastic and yes they can pull. Sent from my iPad using Lake Ontario United
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