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About SteveFishes

  • Birthday 01/20/1981

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  • Location
    Webster NY
  • Interests
    Fishing, Biking, Snowbaording, Dogs, Music
  1. Three nice size Browns caught out of a tributary of lake Ontario, in Webster, this fall.
  2. Thanks for the replies all. Fisherman21, I'd definitely like to see those pics... I wonder if they are good eating. I ate a live one on a dare as a kid
  3. Have they proven to be a nuisance at all? Are they a concern like other invasives?
  4. I was fishing in Irondequoit Bay yesterday, about half way between Devil's Cove and Empire Blvd, on the Webster side. I saw something big and orange floating in the water. I thought it was trash and was going to dispose of it but when I paddled up to it I say that it was a basketball sized goldfish, floating on it's side, still breathing but on it's way out. I wished I had my phone, and was almost tempted to bring it in to take a picture but I decided to let it die in peace... I am assuming that it was someone's pet, and they released it. I have heard of goldfish getting very big if not in a bowl... Has anyone else had any encounters with big goldfish in Lake Ontario?
  5. I don't have any lighting on my kayak. So all the action is in the mouth of the river? Nothing up river at all? [ Post made via Android ]
  6. Does anyone have any advice for me? I want to fish for trout this evening. If I put my kayak in at the mouth of the genessee, will I have a chance of catching any trout? Are they still out in the lake or are they in the river? What about south of highfalls? Thanks. [ Post made via Android ]
  7. Nice catch! Nothing like fighting a nice size fish in a kayak. [ Post made via Android ]
  8. That bowfind is incredible. I've never seen one so huge. Nice catch! Where do you speak of when you say Cranberry? I only know of Cranberry Lake, in the adirondacks. [ Post made via Android ]
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