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About Morgan-E

  • Birthday 08/19/1974

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    Camden, NY
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    Fair Haven
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  1. A guy out of Catfish. Thank you for supporting ELOSTA through your purchase of raffle tickets. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  2. All of the fish are safe and sound. Best looking kings to date - steelhead have been top quality for a while now. Great job Tom K and crew at the Salmon River Hatchery. Thank you. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  3. Know what we're watching- thanks Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  4. The fish are coming this Friday at 11:00AM, but the DEC crew normally shows up around a half an hour early so if you can make it and want to experience the fish arriving try to be there by 10:30AM or even a little earlier. At the worst we can shoot the breeze for a bit. Also, we are purchasing a high grade food for one of the pens to see if there is any significant difference in the growth of the fish. Hope to see you Friday.
  5. Fair haven fish scheduled to come this Friday. We received notice from Scott Prindle that the FH fish are scheduled to arrive this Friday. Werner secured the wheels and Scott of Bayside Marina is helping Werner get them in their dock spaces supplied by Bayside Marina and Turtle Cove Resort and Restaurant. The exact time has not been given yet, but it is usually in the morning. A big thank you to Bayside Marina (Scott) and Turtle Cove (Brian) and their families for supporting this effort. When we are told what time they are expecting to arrive in FH it will be posted. Thank You
  6. Thank you to everyone who was able to make it or made an attempt to make it to the "work day" for the net pen project. Fortunately the pens were in much better shape than we had anticipated, net-wise, and with the hands available the nets were firmly secured and we should not lose any of the little guys. The wheels are on and just need to be secured (don't quite fit, but with Werner's ingenuity they will be secure before the fish arrive. The fish should be coming around the second or third full week of April and with the weather more than likely the second (it is water temperature dependent so that they do not get shocked). We will post as soon as any of us receive word (it may be short notice - as little as a few days but usually almost a week). We also had a short meeting as is normal after the pen work is done - going over the state of the lake information, pen project information, expenses, and balance. Thanks again and it was fun catching up with familiar and new faces alike.
  7. Just show up. Thank you Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  8. Fair Haven Net Pen Work Day If there is anyone available to help out on the net pens - we will be having a work day on Saturday, April 1st at 1:00 on the northern side of the Bayside Marina property where the net pens are stored. Please bring an upbeat attitude and wire snips. We need to replace up to six wheels and have over 1,000zipp ties available to help secure the nets. Right now the weather looks a bit damp fr Fair haven, but it is still seven days out. This will be a rain or shine even and any and all help is greatly appreciated. Thank you, Phil of the Fair Haven Fishing Association
  9. Awesome time seeing many familiar faces and meeting some new Lake Ontario fishermen. Of course the buying and selling was fun as well. Thank you to everyone who made this possible and to the captains who not only gave up their time to answer every question asked but gave information freely that was gained through many years on the water. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  10. Coming Fast now. Who knows - with this winter, the stuff may get tested on the same day.
  11. Way to go!! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  12. Nice videos - needed that fix - thanks Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  13. Nice going! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  14. Thank you to everyone involved - great team effort by the captains produced far more fish than soldiers with lots of shakers being tossed back They were all able to take fish home at the end of the day