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  1. 2022  Monroe County Offshore Classic Rules June 25th 2022 (back up June 26th) 

     

     

     

    1. All Fish must be caught legally and in accordance with NYS DEC regulations. All entered fish must be caught in US waters of Lake Ontario. 

     

    2. All boats must leave and return to the port of the Genesee River, Irondequoit Bay, Braddocks Bay and Sandy Creek. Vessels leaving from or returning to other ports are not eligible to participate. 

     

    3. All boats must be registered and paid by 5:00pm on Friday June 25th by 5pm.   

     

    4. Each boat will have a minimum of 2 participants. The maximum number of rods run by any boat shall be eight. 

     

    5. Boats may not leave port prior to 5:00am and may not begin fishing until 5:15 am. 

     

    6. All boats must provide at least one cellular phone number with the tournament entry. Any cancellation due to weather will be made 6:00am on the day of the tournament. Committee members will contact each team via cell number provided and or on channel 72 in the event of a postponement or cancellation. Participants should monitor channel 72 prior to leaving port at 5:00. 

     

    7. Weigh in will be at Shumway’s Marina beginning at 1:00 pm and end when all the fish are weighed in. Participants MUST BE IN LINE no later than 2:00 pm or suffer disqualification. 

     

    8. Legal fish species will be any Salmon and Trout (No more than 1 Lake Trout). All fish must meet the minimum NYS DEC size limits at the time of weigh in. Any team bringing a non-legal fish to the weigh in will be immediately disqualified. 

     

    9. The total of five (5) fish combined per boat will be used for the weigh in. All fish must be brought to the weigh station. No more than five (5) fish may be brought to the weigh in. Any coolers containing more than five fish will be disqualified. 

     

    10. Scoring is based on 10 points per fish and 1 point per pound. 

     

    11. In case of a tie, the boat that weighed in the largest single fish will win. 

     

    12. Payout will be 100% of all monies from entries minus $25.00 that will be sent to the named charity of the year. Payout will be based on the total number of entries. Payouts will be determined by the tournament committee. A minimum of 30% of the teams will be paid out. 

     

    13. All participants agree to hold the tournament committee members, Shumway’s Marina, Sponsors, their agents, and volunteers harmless from any liability, of any nature or kind and/or damages suffered by the participant during the event. 

     

    14. Participants agree to grant permission to the tournament committee use any photographs taken during the tournament or the weigh in. 

     

    15. All fish will be examined by the weigh in personnel prior to being weighed. Any fish that has fungus, rot, freezer burn, clouded eyes, slimy gills, and unresponsive flesh will be disqualified and the team will be disqualified. 

     

    16. No disposal of fish will be allowed at the weigh in. All fish will be removed from the weigh in property at the conclusion of the weigh in. Any team disposing of fish on the weigh in property will be disqualified and will be barred from future events. 

     

    17. Weather..... In the event of a small craft advisory, the event will be delayed until it is lifted. In the event of a weather postponement, the tournament may be held the following day. The location of the weigh in may change in the event of a postponement. 

     

    18. THE "SPIRIT OF THE RULES WILL BE ENFORCED AT ALL TIMES. ANY AND ALL DECISIONS BY THE TOURNAMENT COMMITTEE WILL BE FINAL AND NOT OPEN FOR DISCUSSION.

     

    2022  Monroe County Offshore Classic Rules June 25th 2022 (back up June 26th).docx

  2. 2022 Rochester Multi Species Friday Event (24 June 22)

     

    1. All Fish must be caught legally and in accordance with NYS DEC regulations. All entered fish must be caught in US waters of Lake Ontario. 

     

    2. All boats must start in Monroe County Waters and return to the port of the Genesee River, Irondequoit Bay, Braddocks Bay and Sandy Creek. Vessels may leave from ports outside of Monroe County but must enter Monroe county waters before they begin fishing. For example if you leave from Hughes Marina (Wayne County) you can not start fishing or proceed to your fishing spot until you enter Monroe County Waters. 

     

    3. All boats must be registered and paid by7:00pm on Thursday June 23rd. 

     

    4. Each boat will have a minimum of 2 participants. The maximum number of rods run by any boat shall be eight (8). 

     

    5. Boats may not leave port prior to 5:00am and may not begin fishing until 5:15 am. 

     

    6. All boats must provide at least one cellular phone number with the tournament entry. Any cancellation due to weather will be made 6:00am on the day of the tournament. Committee members will contact each team via cell number provided and or on channel 72 in the event of a postponement or cancellation. Participants should monitor channel 72 prior to leaving port at 5:00. 

     

    7. Weigh in will be at Shumway’s Marina beginning at 1:00 pm and end when all the fish are weighed in. Participants MUST BE IN LINE no later than 2:00 pm or suffer disqualification. 

     

    8. Legal fish species will be any Salmon and Trout (No more than 1 Lake Trout). All fish must meet the minimum NYS DEC size limits at the time of weigh in. Any team bringing a non-legal fish to the weigh in will be immediately disqualified. 

     

    9. The total of four (4) fish combined per boat will be used for the weigh in. One of each species Salmon, Brown Trout, Steelhead/Rainbow Trout and Lake Trout. All fish must be brought to the weigh station. No more than four (4) fish may be brought to the weigh in. Any coolers containing more than four fish will be disqualified. 

     

    10. Scoring is based on 10 points per fish and 1 point per pound. 

     

    11. In case of a tie, the boat that weighed in the largest single fish will win. 

     

    12. Payout will be 100% of all monies Payout will be based on the total number of entries. Payouts will be determined by the tournament committee. A minimum of 30% of the teams will be paid out. 

     

    13. All participants agree to hold the tournament committee members, Shumway’s Marina, Sponsors, their agents, and volunteers harmless from any liability, of any nature or kind and/or damages suffered by the participant during the event. 

     

    14. Participants agree to grant permission to the tournament committee use any photographs taken during the tournament or the weigh in. 

     

    15. All fish will be examined by the weigh in personnel prior to being weighed. Any fish that has fungus, rot, freezer burn, clouded eyes, slimy gills, and unresponsive flesh will be disqualified and the team will be disqualified. 

     

    16. No disposal of fish will be allowed at the weigh in. All fish will be removed from the weigh in property at the conclusion of the weigh in. Any team disposing of fish on the weigh in property will be disqualified and will be barred from future events. 

     

    17. Weather..... In the event of a small craft advisory, the event will be delayed until it is lifted. In the event of a weather postponement, the tournament may be held the following day. The location of the weigh in may change in the event of a postponement. 

     

     18. THE "SPIRIT OF THE RULES WILL BE ENFORCED AT ALL TIMES. ANY AND ALL DECISIONS BY THE TOURNAMENT COMMITTEE WILL BE FINAL AND NOT OPEN FOR DISCUSSION.

     

    2022 Rochester Multi Species Friday Event.docx

  3. Looking purchase a Garmin PS30 Transducer but can't decide on a head unit.  The unit will be placed on the back of the boat out in the elements (only while using it).  Minimum 7" screen but looking for a 9". 

    I only need this for PANOPTIX, already have a raymarine GPS linked to my autopilot and a 585 Furuno for regular sonar.  Any advice or suggestions would be a big help.

     

    Thanks,
    Eric 

  4. I have 2002 24' Osprey Fisherman Pilot house.  The hull is severely oxidized and I am having trouble finding some one to refinish it.  Does anyone want the work or know anyone that could do this.  I understand the round about cost associated with this.  I live in the Rochester area and can trailer it to anyone with in a 2 hour radius.   Looking for around the March timeframe. 

     

    Please email or MSG me here 

    [email protected]

     

    Thanks,

    Eric

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  5. Go to this link to participate: https://www.facebook.com/monroecountyoffshoreclassic

     

     

    WOW!! Twenty A-TOM-MIK Fly’s, 10 Proven Moonshine Spoons, Two Twelve inch Tournament winning Spin Doctor Big foots, Three eight inch Spin doctors, Two eight inch dream weaver paddles  and Two A-TOM-MIK Tournament series meat rigs (Over $400 in gear). Don't miss out on this one!!!Help support the Dream Factory Foundation (https://www.dreamfactoryinc.org/rochester/). We are raising funds for Dream Factory in conjunction with the Monroe County Offshore Classic Tournament. For a $20.00 donation to our foundation, you can pick a number below and we will draw a random number and send that number the following items. WOW!!! Once we reach only 30 donations at $20.00 each we will draw. Please send donation through PayPal ( Please do not add any notes in PayPal) to @Efritz345 or Through VENMO [email protected] and pick a number below. (You MUST COMMENT below what number you want, if not available I will assign a random available number to you). Thank you for supporting the Dream Factory. 

     

    This must be done on FB with the link above

     

     

     

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  6. Decided to move the boat back where lake Ontario fishing started for me. 32 years ago( I was 10) I caught my first and last Tyee slamon at 32lbs and I was hooked.

     

    Friday 5/7: had little to no intel so we left port and followed the pack just west of port found a good screen and started fishing.   It started out like gang busters a mix of ho's and kings(8-14lb range).  Not much of a pattern everything I put in took fish from a 3 color to 80' rigger.  We fished 80'-140'.  Hot baits warrior salmon candy and DW SG Two Face.  Late morning it slowed down, we went to look for browns from port to the plant only to come up empty handed.  Move back out to 80' and trolled back to port and picked up a few more salmon.  Ended up with 19 salmon and 2 lakers.  Highlight of the day was two Ho's on one rod, hit the slider and the main spoon and netted both and the same time.

     

    Saturday 5/8:  We left with a goal of finding big salmon so we headed west and ended up finding a pile of bait with fish on it 5 miles from the bar.  I changed my spread to target bigger kings, ran he baits deeper, went to bigger paddles and mostly mag spoons.  The fishing was hot again and we just kept circling the the same area all morning the fish hawk was key to our success keeping the speed from 2.4-2.6 required constant adjustments.  Lots of cloud cover in the morning ran a mix of green glow spoons and paddles.  Around 10:00 the sun came out and I changed out to more of a silver and green/chartreuse spread.  It was mainly a spoon bite for us the meat and fly's took only a few fish. Ended up the day with 21 Salmon a mix of ho's and kings with 3 x over 20lbs.  Highlight of the day was around 10:15 a double on big kings 23.10 and 22.13.  Both on the board and took big fish of the day.  Hot baits for us Michigan Stinger Mongoose, UV green Slush and DW SG two faced.  7 Color, 200 Copper, 300 cooper, Dipsey's from 100-180, Riggers from 60-80.   

     

    No fish today got to keep the wife happy.  Back out next Friday, good luck out there.

     

    Eric 

     

     

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  7. There is some chatter about someone new taking over the Harbor resort restaurant(campground across rt 18) and opening early for breakfast but I do not know the timeframe.  For now Bills diner in Newfane is usually open by 530 am and Tim Hortons drive through in Newfane is open by 530 am. 
    There is the East side market in Olcott that has opened early with breakfast sandwiches in the past during Summer and fall but you would need to inquire with them if they have started that yet.   

    Thanks for the info


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