Charlie P

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About Charlie P

  • Birthday 04/05/1963

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  • Location
    Vestal NY
  • Interests
    Fishing and Hunting. Getting back into salmon after a layoff

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  1. You're welcome. My brother is in Mike's he said they are pretty good too. Don't know what the high water did to the cut. Sent from my Lenovo TB-X103F using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. Crazy how hard it is to find people to fish. Sent from my Lenovo TB-X103F using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. Nice. Sent from my Lenovo TB-X103F using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  4. Oops Sent from my Lenovo TB-X103F using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  5. Fish cleaning law It is illegal on New York State waters to possess walleye, black bass, brook trout, lake trout or Atlantic salmon that have been cut, dismembered, filleted, skinned or otherwise altered so that the species and total length of such fish cannot be easily determined. However, these fish may be gilled or gutted. Other species of fish may be filleted provided that the skin is not removed from the fillets. This regulation allows more effective enforcement of harvest regulations on protected game fish. Fish carcass disposal law It is illegal to discard any fish carcass, or parts thereof, into the freshwaters of the state within 100 feet of shore or upon any public or private lands contiguous to and within 100 feet of such water, except: On private lands by owners of such lands.If properly disposing into suitable garbage or refuse collection systems or by burial.Where incidental cleaning of fish for consumption is permitted. However, resulting waste may not be disposed of within 100 feet of any public launching or docking site unless into a suitable refuse collection system.Live fish and fish which must be returned to the water because of size limits, open seasons and daily limits are not subject to the fish carcass disposal law. Sent from my Lenovo TB-X103F using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. West. We he brought the rigger up and I saw the line I was just hoping the drag wasn't too loose. Sent from my Lenovo TB-X103F using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. Green point? Sent from my Lenovo TB-X103F using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  8. Had planned on fishing with a good friend but his work commitments kept him from being able to go and my son had camping plans so it was so or no go. I decided to fish. 8\17 drove up from Vestal and hit the water around 7:30. Fished mainly from 200 to 270. Worked a N/S troll with my rigger at 74 and two dipsey's with flasher flies. Two face spin doctor and a stud a white and green spin doctor on a stud. Started with a season sick waddler and then a 42nd good back both mags. Boated my first solo double posted that story already. The green spin doctor was my best set up. 8/18 Hit the water early and basically worked the same water and set ups. Ran one of my favorite flasher fly set ups for awhile green fire works with an ague with no luck. It had been on fire last two trips but couldn't get a release on it . Steady pick of fish. But only one nice one 18.5 that I got on a green tuxedo stinger. Had two in the box and got another 5 lb King on the tuxedo . I released it and it was a floater so counted it in my box pulled my gear and headed in. Went 7 for 11 and thought I had a pattern set up. 8/19 BLOWN OFF! 8/20 Thursday and Friday I had dropped my probe down in 135 feet down 50 and it was 45 degrees after the blow on Saturday it was now 70 things had changed. Went out to 220 50 down 70 degrees 90 down 60 degrees. Went out to 450 looking for stable water. Well the temp out there was 140 feet down. Set the gear and it was a bit snotty out there especially solo. Steady pick of smaller fish but I was getting beat up pretty good had two in the box and decided to head in. Spent some time straighting up the boat I decided to go to the Black North for lunch. Sat there listening to a couple of charter guys saying people had done well in shallow and the guy that one the KOTO had fished in side and weighed in 3 fish that went 77 lbs. Finished my late lunch and looked out at the lake at it had laid down. Said to myself you came up to fish not drink let's go. 5:30 went west about 2 miles hit 170 feet dropped the probe down 120 and it was 46. Went NW and got a Skippy after 20 minutes . My son texts me that he had got Monday off and would be fishing with me. Very nice! Nature calls and I go to the back of the boat to relieve myself mid stream off goes the firecracker paddle with an ague fly and it's screaming. Fish on! Go to grab the net and of course it is hung up in the front eye lit of my port side planer board pull. Put the rod in the holder and get the net free, I don't know how it even fit in the gap but it did. Get it out and the fish is still on. Nice 25 lb King. My biggest this year. 8/21 Got out about six and set up in about 100 feet. Get everything set up and we have marks and bait but nothing is going. My son decides to change out a spoon and some how the rod goes over the back of the boat. Brings up the rigger and it hadn't released we get the rod back. Pick up a Skippy and then two around 18 lbs both of a dipsey's on a one setting out 244 green dot spin doctor aqua fly. Little later two more on the same setup and a couple off spoons. Slows down for a while then we have two hits on spoons that break us off right on the strike. No pole shake after the hit nothing just snap gone. We check our line for damage after just about every fish. Around noon we double on two nice coho's same flasher at 240 and a caddy shack paddle with a stud. Not sure what we ended up yesterday but it was great fishing with my son. Overall a great trip. I came close to not going but I'm sure glad I did. Sent from my Lenovo TB-X103F using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  9. He's telling a little bit of a fish story. We only boxed five in the morning. I had one in the cooler packed in ice. It was too rough to clean it on the boat Sunday an it was too late to do it at the public cleaning station that night. Didn't want to come into port over the limit after cleaning the Monday on the boat. Great five days ant the oak for me. It was really nice not having to fish solo yesterday. Nothing better then fishing with your son. Sent from my Lenovo TB-X103F using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. All smaller fish. Sent from my LGL22C using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  11. I dropped my probe down 50 feet over 130 and it was 70 friday it was 43. Shot out to 450 and temp was down about 125 feet. Went 6 for 8. 5 of those came off a sea sick waddler mag down 145. Betwen 450 and 580. Sent from my LGL22C using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  12. Very nice. It was skippy and smalls for me yesterday with one mature. Sent from my LGL22C using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  13. How did you do today? Just saw you come up the river, too rough for a solo run today. Sent from my LGL22C using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  14. Left Vestal at 4am got on the water around 8. Started a little slow worked out to around 270 and found a good temp break. Picked up a few small kings on a bad toad and white green dot spin doctor. Switched out the bad toad for a gold back 42 mag. 20 minutes later it fires start fighting that one and my chinook diver out 270 starts screaming. Get the first one in and netted and get the spoon out of the net and grab the other rod, king is still on. He had me out to 580 and gave me a heck of a fight. Get the chinook to the rod tip grab the leader with one hand net in the other get her head up and land my first solo double. 23.5 and 15 . Sent from my LGL22C using Lake Ontario United mobile app