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Mortigan

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About Mortigan

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  • Birthday 11/06/1967

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    ROCHESTER, NY
  • Interests
    Hunting, fishing, kayaking
  • Home Port
    Bald Eagle Marina
  • Boat Name
    Small Fortune

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  1. We pulled a nice walleye out of Irondequoit Bay chasing April browns on a REALLY windy morning a couple years ago. Tossed it back since the season hadn't started yet; only one I've ever caught. Didn't think about it until just now but it figures - Rick was out in his Lund too!
  2. Victorinox 10" Cimeter knife - works great on the big ones!
  3. Correct as usual, although even the neighbors there get confused. Hunted there 20 years ago and got yelled at for hunting at all, let alone with a bow. The new DEC mapping is easier to see with : https://gisservices.dec.ny.gov/gis/dil/
  4. Well done, gentlemen. Happy to see it still gets done the right way now and then...
  5. Expensive but tasty! One of your charters pays for your Constanza's bill - not a bad trade....
  6. I did the same, in reverse order. Neck roast got turned into pulled taco meat and the blade roast (my first) came out as the perfect pot roast. Yummy...
  7. That's how I got mine - buddy asked wife for some and she bought 1000.
  8. I saw a lot of that in New Hampshire. They'd take a half-assed shot at a deer and if it didn't drop, they wouldn't try to track it. If it had a decent rack, they MIGHT call for a dog...
  9. I'm looking forward to being able to stop there for lunch again. Moving back shortly!
  10. I tried it last season. The predictions weren't accurate and the data available elsewhere. I didn't bother this season...
  11. Love following this topic daily but talk about buck envy! We're running at a 1-10 buck to doe ratio this year by the looks of things and only two mature ones, both still on the hoof. I put a doe & a spike in the freezer during crossbow and didn't see either of the decent bucks this weekend. Figured if I staked out the doe (11 on Saturday am, 9 on Sunday pm) one would show up but not yet. Good luck out there!
  12. They're bigger and heavier than expected but I've never spoken to someone that actually used a set. Let us know...
  13. Doing the same today. The hunting dreams have started....
  14. Digging through my hunting gear (and general stuff), selling off what I don't use or have shrunk out of (hopefully down another size next year). Most is now on Craigslist (Syracuse) as well. Can deliver from Kendall to Pulaski or ship if you want to pay for it. More to come... Local cash or Paypal only. Steripen Adventurer water purifier plus accessories - $70 Bass Pro summer-weight, quarter zip neck, 3XL. 100% polyester, wicking waffle weave - lots of little holes to catch a breeze. $20 local cash or Paypal only. Extrasport X-PERT FLEX PLUS Kayaking dry top, XL - $70 Kokatat Kayaking paddling shirt, XXL - $40 Cabelas 3X camo hoody, 3XL - $20 local cash only or Paypal. Columbia Journey men's bike, helmet, lock & gloves - $150.00 Local, cash only Walmart 5-shelf bookcase, never assembled. $50 local only, cash. North American Hunter's Club hunting series - $20 each. Local cash or Paypal. Winchester 1984 Takedown Guide - $15. Local cash or Paypal. Under Armour camo Heat Gear top (2), 3XL - $20 Columbia kayaking dry top - Omni-tech waterproof and breathable, fully seam-sealed, XXL. $50 local cash or Paypal only. LL Bean Ultimate wool hunting pants, 3XL, fleece-lined - $50 local cash or Paypal. Scentlok hunting pants - 3XL. $25 local cash or Paypal. Scentlok hunting pants, 3XL. $25 local cash or Paypal.
  15. Found a 4 lb skipper king when we pulled lines Saturday morning and had it for dinner last night. Treated it like an oven-baked trout - head & tail cut off, stuffed with fresh lime slices and a spice blend I like. Sealed it in tinfoil and baked it - delicious! They're all terrific fresh, cleaned properly and out of cold water. I've never eaten one that was running the river - usually too busy chasing steelhead!
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