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About efischlein

  • Birthday 05/11/1974

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  1. I have a coworker who's dad broke his leg 6 months ago, he's 55. Ultimately found out Tuesday this week that he has cancer throughout his body and has 6 months to live. I offered to take my coworker and his dad out fishing. He declined and said although he appreciated the offer that he wanted more of a private charter experience. I'm heart broken as anyone might be..his dad is marrying his girlfriend of 16 years tomorrow as a personal closure. I'm just looking to see if someone has the heart and can make a reasonable offer to take a crippled terminal man and his two sons out fishing. The catch is far less important than the experience for this family...this could possibly be an advertising opportunity for someone? please pm me if you have anything to offer them and I will put you in contact with the family. This is not spam...a longtime member asking for help. Thanks for reading. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. This time of year I will run planers for browns but it feels mostly for show...others on here use different methods...if all fails go to Cayuga and try your luck there! I too am on Seneca so it's to tough to trailer all the time when you don't have to. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  3. Depending on expectations, Seneca and Canandaigua are usually ok....just need to do more searching...and plz throw your catch back in...if you want to keep fish go to Cayuga!! South end of canandagua is good near white rock south to where depth comes up...usually the lakers are on bottom towards the shoreline...bang your balls on the steep drops...bows I catch sporadically all over south end both sides and middle up to cook point....troll some high and some low...stack em up on riggers...green for lakers and various colors for bows...I usually have to cover some ground on canandagua to find bait and fish...seneca, last year south end was fine for me...I actually did the severne area west side mostly...I only fish riggers and stack rods from 40 down to 100 or so depending on time of year with about 20' depth between rods. Move em up and down and start keeping track of your hits and fish...my 2 cents Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  4. Nice job, nice to release for another day. Thanks for report Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  5. Cant find anything online so asking another question. Are there navigational and/or fishing regulations with regard to the navy testing facilities on seneca lake? A dotted line shows up on my FF and besides knowing there are cables and sonar subs in the area...what are the regs....thanks!! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. Where is this? Assume you could pay to launch? Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. Is there really a launch for residents in Dresden? Curious as I am purchasing property in Dresden and am looking for boat launch...thx Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  8. Yea I'm not necessarily looking for now as much as summertime launches...if that matters. Seems like there would have to be a marina or something, that's a long stretch Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  9. Anyone know of any private (or public) boat launches on west side of Seneca between severne and Geneva? I'm interested more in the Dresden area but any info is appreciated. Thanks! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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  11. 3 for 5 on salmon this morning, lost a nice one at the boat. My brother caught this one, we fished only 2.5 hours then back to the young ones...definitely on the feed this morning. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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  13. I will be trying Seneca myself this coming week, arrive tomorrow. I'll be west side south of long point...ill post anything noteworthy. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  14. Family trip on canandaigua, fished when I could. We stayed near long's point and fished the south end up to just north of condo's. my Setup is two downriggers where I typically run two poles off each with about 10' depth between the lines on each side. My depths varied but was most successful from 45' to 65'. I use all spoons, FLT and stingers. 9/26 - fished 3 + hrs out of woodville for bows and lakers, caught 4 lakers with my 9 yr old daughter picking up her 1st laker. All fish released healthy. 9/27 - fished by myself, first light for almost 3 hours caught 5 bows and 2 lakers, largest bow topped 6lbs. All fish released. Briefly went out after lunch with my 9 yr old daughter and she caught her 1st canandaigua bow, a 3 lb fish. We kept this for photos and for lunch Saturday. 9/28 - logged about 4 hrs on the lake with only a few releases and never had a fish on. Some time spent in towards shore for browns, but overall disappointed with my efforts and results. 9/29 - fished from first light till 8:15? Or so. The south wind got the better of me and my frozen daughter...we did log one smaller rainbow that may or may not have been legal. All 3 trebles were lodged within the mouth, but i was able to get him back in the water quickly and he went right down. Last thought, I marked alot of bait down 50' to 80' over 150' plus of water, but my success came in the 70 to 125 FOW range
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    I live in this area but i buy this kind of gear online. Not knowing what specifically your looking for, there is a gander mountain fairly close to the border, and think this will be the best bet for amount of gear/price. Otherwise there is also plenty of dick's sporting goods and several non chain places where you can shop.