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Jonboy Walton

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  • Birthday 12/28/1973

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    Cogan Station, PA
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    Fishing, fishing and more fishing

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  1. Is there a price for just the trolling motor....I don't need the batteries, just bought
  2. My dead girlfriend (because it's blue...get it)
  3. Oh, almost forgot. Returned unharmed for another customer on another day
  4. Fished Keuka Sunday for a few hours, mainly perch fishing but caught a whole bag..lakers, pickerel, smallies....including this beauty. I know Keuka has Browns in it but never boated one. Not a bad one to start with. My good friend is the lucky angler!
  5. It takes getting involved and helping the DEC. They are stealing from everyone, that's right...they are stealing from YOU. Each and every one of you. Get a pic, note the time and day, where it happened and any warden worth their salt will snap it up and LOVE the help. Be willing to testify if that is needed. I don't know a lot but I do know that the DEC can't do it themselves, they are few and have limitations (one person, one place at a time). If we do nothing then we condone the activity. Is the DEC perfect, absolutely not, no agency is but each one of us has a part of this earth we love...salmon fishing, perch fishing, trout fishing...whatever it is and unfortunately there are those that exploit our love. It really boils down to two questions: If not us, then who? If not now, when? That's my pitch guys and I may know something about it as well, catching these exploiter is my profession as well but not in NY. Good luck guys and enjoy the outdoors we all love.
  6. One well placed shot below the waterline....a long way back to the dock....more fish structure...jackwagon loses his boat...we win twice!
  7. See my post from yesterday for a starting point. I was there a few days ago and my program put fish in the boat. Good luck.
  8. See my post from yesterday for a starting point if you go to Cayuga. It was one of many tickets for catching fish just a few days ago. Good luck.
  9. Haven't been on in a while but I'm finally back fishing and thought I'd post the last trip to Cayuga. Laker action was pretty good. Zero dipseys back 170 over 50 to 80 feet of water on #3 setting was the ticket. We boated 18 lakers 9 over 8lbs and a Boone and Crocket lamprey...we killed him. All the fish went back. My Dad was tired of reeling by the end of the trip. Here are two of the lot. One question to the sagely folks here. In a few weeks when the lakers get deep, if I catch them deeper and as the water warms does it kill them? I've often wondered if I'm returning fish to the water that will die anyway. Any fish biologist out there with a good answer?
  10. Not to jump on the pile but we caught a bullhead today (8/7) on a stinger spoon in 90 feet of water...Cayuga was rolling today with a few 3 footers. Hoping it lays down and tomorrow am will be better.
  11. A smart man told me once to get more than you think you will need....sheds, garages, trolling motors fall into that category as well. Probably will not find a 12 volt much bigger than 50-55 lb thrust. I have a 80 lb Terrova and it is by far worth the money. It is a 24 volt motor and will easily last all day with the two batteries. It has even got me off Ontario 4 miles out after the big motor failed to run. If you have the space I would definitely go with a 24 (two battery) system but I can spend other people's money pretty easy. Good luck.
  12. Have been away for awhile and looking for some information around Dean's Cove launch. Fleas bad, some starting points, colors etc... I have read many posts while I was wishing I was fishing. Rain or wind I will be fishing the next couple of days. Thanks for the info in advance.
  13. I'm looking to add some new lures to my spread and wondering about some favorites. I have a lot (relativly speaking) of michigan stingers in many colors but looking for some "sleepers" for Seneca, Keuka and Cayuga. I also have some flies in green/white, green/blue, green/silver, blue/silver. I have some Spin Dr.'s in green/silver, blue/silver, straight green. I have done very well with Kevorkian on Cayuga a little later in the year, any blue or green colors in hammered finish on Seneca and Keuka the same as Seneca. I keep hearing about this Seneca Ghost but can't seem to find it (don't know brand). Hoping for some personal favorites and if it doesn't catch fish...that's fishing.
  14. Man...nice fish. I'm still in the perch catching phase but after seeing a load of those I just might have to get the trollin' stuff out!
  15. Drove to Keuka today and fished with a friend in his boat. While I was waiting for him to arrive the guys at the docks in Hammondsport were doing ok, watched a guy in a boat have a triple on lakers. Tried the perch but they are still deep or scattered or wherever. We caught 2 slobs in 35' and 1 about 10 in 18 feet. They sure were finikey today. Below is my picture of all the ones I caught...yep, skunks out! Even though it was cold and a little windy it was great to be out. There were tons of Buffleheads and a few Redheads out as well. Just a nice day to be on the water!
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