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  1. Bottom coho is a king -- look for spots on bottom of tail Nice haul, the brown fishing has been very good!!-- big kings are stacked up at the oak in 50 - 60 fow MOONSHINE ratchet jaws have been supper hot!
  2. Sure with they would close the LO tribs from Dec. 1 to April 1 to give the spawners a chance. Snagging and harassment of spawning fish should not be allowed.
  3. One good thing about a waiver is it may protect you against a small claim because the person will/may think: "I signed a waiver, i can't sue for the hook in my chin" so the lawyer is never called and end of story. On the other hand if that hook took a eye out the person will most likely be contacting the lawyer and game over. Best bet, get insured, discuss this question with your agent and be careful. If you decide not to get insured please stay on the east side of the lake so Glenn can deal with you!!!
  4. Spoons are great, very forgiving. They all work from the slow troll suttons and evil eye to rip snorting pirate 66's at 4mph. The last several years I have been fishing with 80% Moonshines, while I have several hundred of them, I find myself using the same 15 all the time and they have lasted. 100% made in USA The most durable lure I own is a NK 28 in black and white, with the window lure pattern, it has fished every season since 1987 and has outlasted many hooks and splitrings. I will say the stingers are great lures, but rarely do the paint jobs hold up past a limit or two of fish. Dreamweavers are great and will last longer than the Stingers, but I am not a fan of the company -- they seem to be more imitatiors than innovators when it comes to spoons, I think the superslims are their most innovative but the pait does not last on them. The best advice on spoons is to become profecient with a handful of them, know what colors to run and when to run them. Then suplement your regular offerings with the HOT spoon of the port/year/day/species. [ Post made via Mobile Device ]
  5. How do I get out of mobile edition -- i am using my laptop and the mobile edition is not good [ Post made via Mobile Device ]
  6. Heading up to check it out around noon -- before sons football game in Albion. I'll try to get some Pt. Breeze pics!!!
  7. The old salts who fished Point Breeze in the '70's, '80's and early '90's will remember "Grazzo" -- a fixture at the docks infront of the Black North. Capt. Ron ran Surfari Charters out of his 24 foot Stamos for many years and was one of the original captains from the early era of charter fishing on Lake Ontario. He retired from fishing in the mid '90's to devote more time to his real passion - waterfowl hunting. One day he decided he did not want to hunt any more and spent the rest of his life managing his own private marsh to provide habitat for nesting birds. A special place in our hearts will be empty with the passing of this good friend!!
  8. You may want to try a HOYT know a lot of mathews guys that feel they have upgraded to a HOYT.
  9. John, Any place between Buffalo and Dunkirk to get minnows?
  10. Ray -- You must be getting old and wearing down!!!!
  11. Need a GM 454 Reverse Rotation Engine .............. that can be rebuilt. OR Long block OR Crate motor OR any other configuration that can replace my blown GM 454 Call Carl @ 716-560-2878 Thanks!!
  12. I studied for a week walked in to the coast guard office took the test and walked out with a license. Oh, and I had experience, that might have helped, but you can buy a license at any of the places listed above.
  13. Has the lake been straight at all this August??? Not here!!!
  14. Blew a rod through the side of the block on my GM big block, anyone know where a guy can get a rebuild that will go another 15000 hours?
  15. Caught more fish with the Dirty Dancing soundtrack than any other music grouping -- try it!!
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