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Capt Vince Pierleoni

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  1. Capt Vince Pierleoni

    2019 "Reelin' for a cure" Ladies Tournament

    NO WONDER your ladies put the smack down on the Kings last year! Ours were dancing and drinking mimosas! Good stuff Rob, it's all about raising money for great causes, showing them our great fishery, introducing many ladies to the team fishing aspect. Thanks for making the trip each August.
  2. Capt Vince Pierleoni

    Salmon genetics - something to think about

    Big bounce back Spring for Emerald shiners. There are large clouds of them in 20--40 fow right now in Western basin. This is good news. All young Salmonoids get a good bump eating these early in their life and Coho, Browns, and Steelhead eat them throughout their life.
  3. Capt Vince Pierleoni

    2019 "Reelin' for a cure" Ladies Tournament

    Thanks Pete. See you at KOTL ST. Catherines
  4. Capt Vince Pierleoni

    2019 "Reelin' for a cure" Ladies Tournament

    That's great to hear. Have you fished it before?
  5. Capt Vince Pierleoni

    2019 "Reelin' for a cure" Ladies Tournament

    I thought you were going to fish it? Let "Gambler rigs" buy the promo trailer for your rig! Either way, thanks Brian for your annual support!
  6. Capt Vince Pierleoni

    Boat launches with wheel chair lifts or accessible?

    A private marina in Wilson, Bootleggers marina reports they will have one this season. As for public marinas I understand both Olcott and Oswego are exploring the options.
  7. Capt Vince Pierleoni

    Salmon genetics - something to think about

    Definitely makes a lot of sense. We look at thousands of stomachs each season and it is definitely not a bait shortage. We most certainly have lots of early maturing Salmon now. No complaints -they fight and eat better than ever. I appreciate the work you did on this Phil.
  8. Approx 100 hrs on these. For a big block 454. Used only until the Rochester carb was refurbished. The intake is a Performer 2.0 and is aluminum. The carb is a 4 barrel marine model. I have the mounting wedge as well. The intake is $125 and the carb is $200. Take both for $300.
  9. This annual event is a very real Ladies fishing tournament with a fund raising theme. The benefactors are chosen for their work with Womens Cancer issues/challenges. The first 2 years approx 5K was raised for Mary's Wig Room, and The Breast Cancer Network of WNY respectively. Last year, due to great participation and generosity over 10K was raised for "Look Good Feel Better". This years benefactor chosen by a committee of volunteers is "Hope For Two"--the pregnant with cancer network. This years date is Friday August 16th. Competition ends at Noon with the awards, food/after party/chinese auction to follow. Teams of 2 to 6 ladies can register with their own boat or inquire about being placed with one of the volunteer boats. The entry fee is $250 per team. Any correspondence please direct to: For sponsorship or donation info, list of rules, and to register go to reelinforacure.com For updates visit facebook @ reelin' for a cure. Questions can be directed to email-- [email protected]yahoo.com
  10. Capt Vince Pierleoni

    Tournament Inquiry - Input Needed

    Having a brother who is permanently disabled and in a wheelchair, there is much more to it than you think. Yes, lots of liability issues to consider. That being said, I know of two Lake Ontario ports that are working on getting wheel chair lifts installed. I think this idea is just ahead of itself until lauches and marinas get the proper equipment installed. Getting some people out on a smaller scale successfully first, before putting together an event would build interest and be a better idea. Many of the dedicated charter operators on Lake Ontario have had individuals aboard with various handicaps. It takes great care from both the charter operation AND the party that brought the individual to ensure their safety and comfort onboard. It can be done, but with all the unforseen challenges Lake Ontario and Salmon fishing can dish out my suggestion is to take it slow. In some cases the individuals do not know they have hurt themselves until afterwards. Depending on the handicap, they cannot protect or steady themselves like most people can. Start by looking into some of the piers that may be handicap accessible if you and your point person are determined to have some form of a competition. Much easier to monitor everyone and help is much closer.
  11. Capt Vince Pierleoni

    Lake Ontario Fisheries History Lesson

    It was a priority at that time for NYSDEC's Bill Pearce to create an exciting Lake Fishery and give the entire south shore an economic shot in the arm in the process. Of course this wasn't as bold as what Tanner did blazing the trail. He was "all in" however, and not the least bit ashamed about the Sport fishery it created, the economic benefit or the quality of life improvements it brought.
  12. Capt Vince Pierleoni

    Lake Ontario Fisheries History Lesson

    Right on. A true visionary who threw caution to the wind and by creating "Something Spectacular", he improved the Lakes biology too. Always remember--"no wasted fish flesh". See you in April.
  13. I will have a table this year. In addition to assorted Salmon tackle/equipment I will have some of my fathers Bass lures that he wants to part with, most are like new.