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  1. For whatever reason it won’t let me upload the second half of the video so I’ll explain, but as you can see the buckwheat is coming in fantastic. It will act as a smother crop, that shades out weed competition during summer and acts as a pollinator crop. When brassica time comes I will broadcast the fertilizer and brassica seed into the standing buckwheat and then smash the buckwheat down with a roller and spray the plot with gly. This will ensure great seed to soil contact as well as creating a layer of “mulch” over my seeds to trap moisture and build my top layer of soil. On top of that it should kill any small amount of broadleaf weeds that did germinate during summer. The first portion is going well so I can’t wait to see the fall results!
  2. Hey guys, I’m implementing a no till method for my food plots this year. Better soil health and way less weed competition. I explain it in my video below and I will be updating the thread throughout the summer - come failures or success! As of right now the program is off to a great start! Can’t wait to see fall results! IMG_4181.MOV
  3. I do jig for lakers and I quite like doing it! I have jigged Canandaigua and Keuka with success, and I really have made it work well on Lake Ontario (but that is a beast compared to the fingers). I have always wanted to jig Cayuga for lakers as I know it is currently the most productive lake for it, but for one reason or another I just never got around to it. I would like some information on spots if you don't mind and then I have a question about the jigging method itself. Mostly spot lock related.
  4. Can somebody please school me in this method of fishing for the fingerlakes trout? I am specifically interested in the browns (not that any other bycatch wouldn't be cool). I am a decent enough troller, I just don't love doing it on the fingerlakes, (the fight just isn't a lake O King ya know?). More interested in the 1v1 non moving fight of those trout and generally figuring out a new way of fishing. Anyway, I am not looking for spots or anything like that. I just want to know the how and the why of the style and the gear needed. Feel free to PM if you would rather not post in the comments! Thanks!
  5. Just wondering what the state of the bird populations are around Hemlock and Canadice. Would be interested in getting after some public land birds. Not looking for spots or specifics just if the turkey population is doing well around those parcels.
  6. Thank you. Not gonna play the panfish game, gonna do the easy thing and go for bass and pickeral lol
  7. Anyone have an idea of honeoye ice thickness as of today? Was looking to get out the next two days or so
  8. Ice should be fine Saturday right? From a thickness perspective?
  9. I kinda don’t get this. It’s the most walleye populated lake in the state besides Erie. Yet people treat it like a Rochester pond with 2 fish left in it.
  10. Lewis Point, south shore
  11. Was very rewarding and I was quite happy with it. We had ATVs but even that was dicey as we almost got stuck twice, as there were slush pockets 8 inches deep covered by snow crust. It was a shame too because if we could have moved further we prob would have been able to find some schools with bigger size. As it was we covered a lot of water and didn’t stop searching. We would smack a few in a hole and then move on when that bite died. DONT CAMP, keep moving! Electronics and navionics also helped immensely.
  12. Fun day on Oneida. Never fished it before but my buddy and I gave it a go and made it work! We caught over 20 walleye but it was hard to find keepers! The consistent action along with the bonus jumbo perch still made for a fun trip! Not bad for a couple of Oneida rookies!
  13. Heading to Oneida tomorrow. Any advice?
  14. The worst part is getting everything settled and then having all that commotion. Like I’m fairly confident I’ll outfish the other guys, but not if there is a ton of noise scaring the crap out of every fish near my set. out of curiosity anyone every use set lines for walleye at Oneida or is that strictly a jigging game?
  15. Unreal. Just have like an ounce of awareness, ya know?
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