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  1. 71 total entrants this year again! Exact same amount as last year however alot of new faces! See you guys tomorrow afternoon! Tight lines!
  2. We're around 30 boats now if I had to guess and still getting entries until noon tomorrow. I'll post a final count tomorrow afternoon! Looks like a great turn out. Had over 23 people register today alone
  3. Weigh in starts at 3 after everyone checks in. We do this because it allows everyone to see each box of fish
  4. At this time we aren't looking at other weigh in locations. This has a bit to do with the later weigh time to potentially make it convenient for people coming from farther launches. However the sportsman's club is a great location for the west side because it's close to deans and not too far from all west side launches. I understand the concern though and I am sorry it couldn't be easier for everyone but it's tough on a 40mile long lake
  5. tick tock! We have received donations from Brian Gambell of gambler rigs who has donated now for all 3 years of the tourney. These are beautiful sets of micro gambler rigs! Harvey O'Hara donated some awesome downrigger weights for the second year in a row! Scott Baldwin of Reelrage trolling spoons has donated a bunch of awesome spoons in various colors aswell! Don't miss your chance at these great prize packs! These packs will be split up and drawn for door prize raffles! This gives everyone a fair chance at going home with a smile on their face and some new gear for the boat! I urge everyone to take a look at these local businesses from these great guys that all push amazing product!
  6. The silvers are harder than normal to come by this year. The south end is FULL of short landlocks as well which makes targeting decent silvers a bit harder. Just when everything is running right almost every rod will fire with landlocks 17" and under. Had to grind from 545 til 1030 sunday to catch a brown and a landlock that were legal. Caught lakers in the mix but definitely a challenge. Can't help but think it could have something to do with the "off" color of the water aswell. Had a decent spring with some quality silvers buy it's been tricky since the lake colored up after the heavy rains in June. Hopefully it gets better from here on out!
  7. Would rather have dipsys than riggers when it comes to summer fishing personally!
  8. Bump! Now is a great time to start registering guys and gals!
  9. I agree about how the over harvest and pressure are going to take a negative effect on the lake. Especially now that ALL of the other finger lakes are struggling and there are far more boats on Cayuga. Changing the limit to 5 fish each may not have been the best option. I know the boat I've been mating on is one of the charters you're talking about and we do encourage catch and release however as you mentioned if they are allowed to keep a limit you can't deny that to them. In my opinion I would like to see a 3 Laker limit again and maybe even entertain the idea of only 1 fish over 28inches. Alot of people wouldn't like it however protecting the strongest of our finger lakes for future generations needs to be a priority.
  10. I won some heads last year at the Tom Margeit memorial Derby. Thought the hooks were thin until I tried jigging and realized how much that helps having a thin hook. Hook might get bent too bad every so often so just change heads and you're back in business
  11. Corey Redditt of Black Dog Adventures!
  12. Have this on the finger lakes thread already but with the conditions on lake Ontario this year I figured maybe it would raise some interest with some lake Ontario guys and gals. Solid tournament with great boxes and great pay outs yearly!
  13. Sounds good Mike I'll be there and the flta meeting!
  14. Feel free to start registering as soon as possible guys! Chicken BBQ again this year and it's one of the better paying derbies in the finger lakes! Last year has amazing boxes brought to the scales as well! Feel free to contact me this year as well to register I will meet with in reason if it helps you out hope to see some new faces this year!
  15. Now is the time and the date has been set for the 3rd annual Tom Margeit memorial Derby on Cayuga lake. Feel free to contact me at 6074268426 for any questions as well as Corey Redditt or Dylan Margeit whos numbers are at the bottom of the flier for questions!
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