RWhite

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  1. Love it when they grab it at the boat. Expecting it on every cast is like Christmas morning as a kid over and over. Good pair of polarised shades help.
  2. I'm saying that the walleye in them lakes are in the same boat as the tigers. Meaning only sustainable for fishing because of the efforts of stocking just like the tigers. Tigers can't reproduce and walleye natural reproduction gets cut off because of the alewife eating the young walleye. So the question is why do the tiger musky guys get mad when someone kills a tiger when the tiger guys kill the walleye and its OK. It's a double standard if you understand the eco system of the lake. Which most tiger musky guys do. I'm not arguing or trying to. Just curious to people's thoughts.
  3. Yes they are tigers.
  4. I actually catch 3 times as many tigers as walleye on conesus. Sometimes in the months of may and June its not uncommon for me to catch 5 or more tigers in a couple hours. But I'm sure that its the same on otisco. Especially during the dog days of summer.
  5. To me I release 95% of my fish and I could care less about what people do with them. We all pay for a license. However Atisco lake and Conesus Lake walleye do not reproduce naturally due to the Alewife eating the walleyes eggs. So the only way to sustain the walleye population is threw stocking just like tiger muskys in these lakes. So why isn't the catch and release mentality the same for the walleye as the tigers?
  6. I remember a topic on this page a couple years ago. People stated that there is little if any natural walleye reproduction on these lakes and it depended on the Dec to keep up on the stocking programs in order to keep the walleye population up. Whats the difference in getting mad if someone keeps and kills a sterile tiger vs a walleye in a fishery that can't sustain itself? Kind of the same thing?
  7. Casting Sent from my XT1254 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  8. Fished Conesus for couple hours this morning. It was a little cold however pulled 2 good pike out and a couple small ones. Sent from my XT1254 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  9. Yes the silver lake in Wny. She doesn't get to come often but when I take her I make sure to put her on fish.lol Sent from my XT1254 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. My wife caught this walleye on Silver lake on mothers day. Sent from my XT1254 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  11. This one was running down a small 8 point opening morning of gun. Now he keeps me warm ice fishing!
  12. It only weighed 3.8 after it puked up that duck. Could have used that extra weight with the top three spots so close. White_instincs @instagram
  13. Regurgitated it in my live well during a tournament at Honeoye Lake. White_instincs @instagram