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About JJBat150

  • Birthday 02/21/1971

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    Hopewell Center, NY
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    Canandaigua Lake

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  1. For your reading pleasure, see attached PDF file of the 2018 report. Sounds like Hemlock may get some rainbows stocked in the future. Would suggest anyone who regularly fishes these lakes consider participating in the program 2018 Angler Diary Can-Hem.pdf
  2. JJBat150

    Fell through

    Wow... Glad you made it out.. that lake can be pretty unforgiving based on the lack of development around it. What are your thoughts on the ice - Weak ice that was hidden by the recent snow ? or did the recent warm-up and snow load weaken what was there ?
  3. JJBat150

    Predator 2018-2019

    I'm shooting a Rem 700 in 22/250 wearing a Bobby Hart AccuBlock Long Range Target / Tactical™ (LRT) stock and running Hornady 50 gr V-Max rounds.
  4. JJBat150

    Predator 2018-2019

    2nd sit of the season; 1st successful one. Set up on a cut bean field ~ 8:00 AM, and used the Fox Pro call. Hit him with the 22-250 @ 150 yards as he can out of the woods circling around downwind of the call. Passed up a shot on a red fox about 10 minutes before he showed up. Total time of sit was 30-45 minutes.
  5. http:// https://blog.timesunion.com/capitol/archives/285379/union-calls-for-more-dec-police-officers/ Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G920A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. JJBat150

    Legacy- 2018 Deer Season

    Love how he stepped back from the camera and posed for ya..... [emoji16] Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G920A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. Price went way up since you first posted... wonder if anyone got iit for the $26 price ? Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G920A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  8. JJBat150

    Legacy- 2018 Deer Season

    They gotta be moving for you to hear em.... Woods are very quit and still this morning. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G920A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  9. JJBat150

    No Perch in Canandaigua Lake

    Not only should the fisherperson loose their commercial license, any fish market purchasing fish from someone with a recreational license should also be punished by loss of business license. Unfortunately, the only way to put an end to it is hit folks in the wallet. Maybe heavy handed, and could be argued as over-regulation by big government, but what other choice is there to protect the fishery ? Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G920A using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. JJBat150

    Kayak fishing on Cayuga

    I have a stohlquist EZ water suit - bought it on line a few years ago - no problems with the fit based on the sizing charts on their website. It's not insulated, so I do layer up underneath it depending on air temps. When I bought the suit, it was oversized enough for layering, since buying it, I've lost 60 lbs, so there's even more room for stuff underneath. The suit has a relief zipper then runs horizontal across your waistline, and because it's a Hobie, things drain easily out the drive well - I do use a cup or sponge to get some rinse water into the yak if needed. I've found that with the SOT Hobie, your're exposed to the elements a bit more then expected, so the nice part about the suit is that it protects you from the wind and rain as well - and I have actually worn it early / late summer when conditions are rainy or cooler then normal. Because I'm using my legs and not arms for propulsion, I don't have any issues with over heating or the suit binding up as I paddle. I wear a basic pair of Hodgman Neoprene Wade Shoes as foot wear with the dry suit. http://www.stohlquist.com/touring/drysuits/ez.html http://www.hodgman.com/hodgman-wade-boots-wade-boots/hodgman-neoprene-wade-shoe/1347875.html
  11. JJBat150

    Kayak fishing on Cayuga

    I ride a Hobie Outback on the Finger Lakes and near shore on Lake O depending on the weather. I'm about an hour away from T-falls (between Canandaigua & Geneva), so understand your concerns with the the winds and how a slight difference in wind direction can make thing around the point tricky in a yak. This time of year ( or in the spring) , you may also consider driving the 15 minutes down to Treman state park and peddle Cayuga inlet to the fish ladder. Sure you're aware of all the safety issues with cold water, but I'll throw out the "120 degrees" rule as a reminder - I've actually been wearing the dry suit since mid September when I'm on the water. I've had decent luck off Taughannock jigging or by pulling an assortment of shallow stick baits like Rapala x-raps back 100-150 ft
  12. TTT Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G920A using Lake Ontario United mobile app