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  1. Tigerhunter

    Tiger stocking pens

    Thank you- we are very excited to work with the DEC on this project and hope to see positive results that could expand into other esox stocking as well!
  2. Hey all! Stop by our booth at the New York Sportsman's Expo this upcoming weekend if you are in the Syracuse area. We will be doing a presentation on muskies Saturday at 4:00 PM so be sure to check it out if you are there Saturday. We hope to see you there! https://www.newyorksportsmansexpo.com/
  3. I apologize for the late post here... Please join us at our upcoming meeting: Friday December 14th at 6:00PM Timber Tavern Bar & Grill (food and drink available to order) 7153 State Fair Blvd. Syracuse, NY 13209 We will be having a raffle table at the meeting and each attendee at the meeting will receive a raffle ticket for attending. We will also have a guest speaker. Chad Lapa will be presenting on “Big Muskies”. We hope to see you there!
  4. Tigerhunter

    Fulton Chain of Lakes Tournament 9/29

    We all had a great time fishing the Fulton Chain of Lakes Saturday. We had 4 fish registered with a very close final standings. Only a couple inches separating the field. Brian Buttner took first and big fish with his 33" pike. Jason Allen took a very close second place decided by tie breaker with his 32.5" pike. Casey Hoffman and Marty Pietrowski split 3rd with a 31" pike each. Congratulations guys and thanks to all of the anglers that stuck to it in less than ideal conditions and just didn't score. It was great to see a few new faces, as well as catch up with our members. Thank you to everyone that helped getting this setup and making it happen! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  5. Tigerhunter

    Fulton Chain of Lakes Tournament 9/29

    There have been multiple inquiries about waters allowed to be fished for this tournament so I have edited the main topic to reflect that concern. Muskies Inc. is a conservation based group and practicing catch and release for Esox is one of its core values; all our events will be C&R. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. Come join us for the next leg of the NYMITT at the Fulton Chain of Lakes in Inlet, NY. You must launch at the Route 28 State Launch in Inlet but you may fish any water accessible from that launch. We will be counting tiger muskie and northern pike. As always we will have a cookout and raffle table afterwards. We hope to see you there!
  7. We had a great turnout for our Otisco Lake Tiger Tournament in September. The tournament was originally scheduled for early August but we had to reschedule due to high water temperatures this summer. The guys were able to connect with a good number of tigers. Jason Allen came up big with 2 fish that were 39" and 30" securing first place and big fish for a nice chunk of the prize money. Marty Pietrowski came in second place with his 36" tiger and 3rd went to Casey Hoffman with a 35" tiger. Doug Coney and Trevor Thieme put fish on the board as well with a 33" and 31", respectively. Many fish were caught just shy of 30” as well.
  8. The Otisco Tournament is this Saturday, we hope to see you there! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  9. We are rescheduling our Otisco tournament for Saturday, September 15th. Unfortunately, the water temperature has reached a level that makes successful release of these fish difficult. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and hope you can see that we have the best interest of the fish and fishery in mind. Please share this information with anyone who may have been planning on attending but may not see this post. We hope to see you September 15th!
  10. Our next meeting will be Thursday July 12th at 6:00PM at Bass Pro Shops in Utica, NY. We hope to see you there!
  11. Tigerhunter

    First time for everything

    Great job! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  12. Tigerhunter

    Waneta Lake Tournament - June 2nd

    My pleasure! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  13. Tigerhunter


    I’ve used the Bass Pro Graphite Muskie rods and I think they are a great rod especially for the price when you are just starting out considering all the release tools and baits you’ll be buying at the same time too. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  14. Tigerhunter

    Waneta Lake Tournament - June 2nd

    Steve- they actually are about to net another fish! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  15. Tigerhunter

    Waneta Lake Tournament - June 2nd

    The tournament yesterday at Waneta Lake was a great success. 45 anglers participated with a total of 16 fish being caught ranging from 31” to 45” (a few fish under 30” were caught as well). There were fish caught throughout the day but the majority of fish seemed to come midday through the end of the tournament with the last hour producing quite a few fish. Many of us learned a valuable lesson fishing Friday and Saturday; regardless of the forecast make sure you bring sunscreen (Friday) and a set of warm clothes (Saturday)! First place and big fish went to “The Musky Maulers” including Steve Harnish, Brad Houtz, and Jeffrey Houtz. Steve (first time fishing for muskies) caught a 44” *big fish*, 35”, & 40”. Brad Houtz caught a 34” for a team total of 49 points. Second place went to the Ranalletta’s. Mike caught a 31”, 37”, & 41” while Alyssa caught her first muskie, a real nice 40” fish. Their team total was 45 points. Third place went to the team of Clint Nicholson and Jay Adams. Jay Adams caught a 45” fish early on in the tournament but was not signed up for big fish. Their team total was 19 points. Other scoring fish caught: 33” & 37” – Mike Guinan 36” – Doug Coney 36” – Jason Allen 32” – Bobby Dymond 32” – Casey Hoffman 31” – Travis Young