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  1. Wow! you know how to live right sir
  2. Alewives invaded the shores of Webster park today, Seagulls and Herons had a field day, most were very large in the 6-8 in range, they were in large " bait balls" but then there were also hundreds whirling in circles madly on their own, do they also suffer from thiamine deficiency or something else happening?
  3. This is a good idea, having the regulation on the books will make the abusers think twice
  4. check out Spider Rybaak's post on the Salmon River egg take here under October titled "MORE TO COME" The population is strong on the SR. I like his point about evolution and nighttime migration noticed fishing the Genny that the piers did not see the big numbers of earlier years but when you hit the falls at peak it was loaded with fish - more sneaking in at night. http://fishingandhuntinginoswego.blogspot.com/
  5. I was actually crappie fishing when I caught a bowfin but the bass were striking here & there also I'm glad to see so many bass in the bay this year the die off last spring caused by ?who knows what? seemed to have hit the bass population hard last year
  6. Did not get a great pic but caught (and released) a bowfin on IBay while bass fishing last week
  7. Everyone is on the Lake Ontario tribs, be grateful
  8. Ok its not a walleye but hit a local pier where I have been skunked lately and did well w the steelie's including this one for the pan I think there is something to this full moon theory!
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