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in Open Lake Discussion
Posted February 13
Which one doesn't he eat?
Posted February 12
Are they dangerous?
Lampreys are extremely dangerous as a single lamprey can kill more than 40 lb of fish which poses a serious threat to the fishing industry. The destructive nature of the lampreys is so high in magnitude, which can be understood by the fact that only one out of seven fishes can survive if they are ever attacked by a lamprey. Lampreys are, however, unlikely to attack humans and are mainly a threat to other fish.
Posted August 23, 2021
Posted June 10, 2021
Is there a link to pictures of all Gambler equipment (fishing that is....)
Posted May 27, 2021
Posted May 22, 2021
Posted April 15, 2021
So at the risk of appearing stupid ... at least on Seneca Lake I was under the impression that one needed a lure (spoon) to appear as if it was injured ... thereby the bit slower trolling speed seemed like it would be more productive ... no?
in Questions About Trout & Salmon Trolling?
Posted March 12, 2021
How about putting a bounce weight 3' below your higher weight DR ball or shark so you can see your DR boom when it hits bottom?
in Tackle and Techniques
Posted March 10, 2021
Les, Do you ever place a drop of super glue on the floro knot after snugging up tight?
Les, Do you still use the RBs with the Blacks?
Posted March 8, 2021
Les, do you run braid with downriggers?
Les, Chamberlain Release offers a custom "Stacker 101" that is altered just for braid. https://www.downriggerrelease.com/index.html
in Classifieds - Buy, Sell, Trade or Rent
Posted February 28, 2021
If this gentleman does not take you up on your offer, I will. Please contact me via [email protected]
Posted January 18, 2021
Posted January 15, 2021
Gambler ..... where?
Posted January 15, 2021
Edited January 15, 2021 by Neo1945
I only see them in sizes 8 / 6 / 4 tho.
Posted January 12, 2021
I use a hole punch in blue masking tape or green frog tape .... spray over the tape then remove.
Posted January 8, 2021
A Maryland angler became the first person to set a record for catching an invasive species of fish. While the fish was caught late in December of last year, the record wasn’t officially announced until just recently.
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources confirmed in a press release on its website that 34-year-old Joshua Dixon has been named as the state’s first-ever record holder for catching a large flathead catfish. The angler caught the record-making fish while fishing from shore at the Susquehanna River near the Lapidum Boat Ramp.
NJ ANGLER SETS POTENTIAL RECORD WITH 25-POUND BLACKFISH NEAR CAPE MAY
Dixon’s fish measured 50 inches long and weighed in at 57 pounds. This is the first flathead catfish caught that broke the state’s minimum requirement of 40 pounds. Dixon reportedly donated the fish to his friends, who harvested the animal for its filets.
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Dixon described his catch to the Maryland DNR, saying, "It was really weird because I thought I snagged a tree. It didn't feel like a fish, but after a while, it was going crazy." He said that it took him almost half an hour to reel the fish in.
The flathead catfish is listed as an invasive species on the Maryland DNR website. According to the department, the species has only been found in a few places, including the Chesapeake Bay, the Potomac River and the Sassafras River.
Posted January 7, 2021
Edited January 7, 2021 by Neo1945
in Finger Lakes Discussion
Posted January 5, 2021
Gee Les ... me or the North end?
It' gets pretty deep there ... how deep was he/she?
No respect for the North end!
in Ice fishing
Posted January 3, 2021
See if this allows you to read the article.
How To Get Started in Ice Fishing | What Is Ice Fishing?.pdf
Posted January 1, 2021
OOPs ... at least now you know where to get the pliers. HA!
Les , I find these to be helpful .....