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About suttontroller94

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    Was wondering this myself. From my understanding is like fishing used to be amazing on Sodus. Would like to try this weekend. What depths should I place my tip ups in and with what for bait? Is it a waste to bother while out in perch depth or is it worth a try?
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    Brown or LL salmon??

    They are easy to tell apart when they are smaller but I've personally seen so many people say a 7+lbs landlock a brown trout that's when it gets tough
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    Good deal that's awesome!
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    Thanks! Tomorrow looks like a good day to add more variety, back to same spot!
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    We decided to lake hunt yesterday after re-obtaining permission on my old spot. Paid off well with a good shoot. 3 man limit with my 6 year old boy there to watch consisting of 11 bufflehead 6 mallards and a redhead
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    March season definitely isn't the best for it either but at least then the limit is only 5 and you need plugged guns however unfortunately we know New York won't take any responsibility for ultimately having a big role in this problem. I'm sure September season will remain the same days and March won't change because too many people complain about goose poop in parks and think of geese as a whole instead of the differences in the migratory and resident populations
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    Kevin this has been a topic of discussion recently with alot of my hunting buddies. Hate to say it but New York needs to take a little responsibility for killing alot of Atlantic flyways migratory canadas during last 2 weeks of September every year for the last 2 years our state is just as much at fault as Canada. Just my opinion however 50-100 bird piles 90% of the time are not resident honkers
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    Jealous! We've got another 24 days!
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    Keuka Sunday 23rd - question for trollers

    There is another guy in trollers association that runs rigs off otter boards aswell. Interesting to see it done and not easy to duplicate. Yet highly effective. Makes those high water column leaders more productive being away from boat aswell
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    Awesome feather pattern on that banded bird we had a good hunt this am aswell not amazing numbers for us but ended up with some jewelery. One banded and one banded and collared
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    Amped up for honker season!

    A lot of the typical 40,60,80 birds feeds this year but I will say I'm happy with the amount of 100+ bird feeds and the 250-300bird feed im watching now aswell! Dont usually see those so early in September
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    Amped up for honker season!

    15-20 a flock is the norm here too
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    Amped up for honker season!

    Ok who's with me? I'm getting antsy Sept. 1st can't come fast enough!
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    Cayuga Cayuga Color Advice

    I will say though Brian I've watched your videos and it's highly impressive!
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    Cayuga Cayuga Color Advice

    Same thing happens on my boat I've just gotta crank it up by hand haha it is faster than most electrics just tires you out after first 20 fish hit the deck then it goes a little slower