sandwick50

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  1. White perch and white bass are very similar in appearance. The most notable difference is that the white bass has a number of parallel lines on its side whereas the white perch does not. Also, white bass in Oneida tend to run larger than white perch, up to 17-18". Not tryinying to be a jerk but if you were catching lots of them and they were running 8-12" i think they were white perch. I've caught tons of them right were you were and never landed a white bass. The place to be for white bass this time of year is the extreme west end near the Route 81 bridge.
  2. Trophy.....White Bass or white perch? I know this time of year the white perch load up there.
  3. Oneida Lake, west end.
  4. Kev....You have what both my wife and I had earlier this year. That cough just doesn't want to quit. I was never diagnosed but my wife went to ER and Dr said she had bronchitis.
  5. Had a great Goose hunt this a.m. First flock that came in, blam, blam, blam. Done. My partner got 2 and shortly thereafter got his 3rd. Then, we laid there as they rained down on us. What a show!
  6. Not trying to b a smarta## but you can get new ones from Amazon for $72.
  7. Went with my buddy yesterday evening from 5 pm till dark and went 4 for 6 in 90-100'.
  8. Went with my buddy yesterday evening from 5 pm till dark and went 4 for 6 in 90-100'.
  9. Interested. That include shipping?
  10. Capt......Still available or sold?
  11. The fish he mentions is the white perch. Some people call them silver perch. I love to get into a school of bigger ones vertical jigging with an ultralight.
  12. Probably a stupid question but why doesn't anyone use stick baits when trolling for salmon? Also, no one seems use j-plugs or dodger/squid anymore. Why? Is it just that spoons and spin doctor/fly have proven to be more effective?