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  1. Interesting read. Thanks. I found it interesting indeed that trib anglers asked to cut creel limits and it was widely supported. And every time the folks that have managed this fishery very successfully since the 70’s suggests a cut on the lake side the other special interest group screams and starts throwing around follow the money conspiracy theories. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. I suspect most every site is probably using the same models for wind and weather prediction. They are just presenting the data differently. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. Zebra mussel larvae are free swimming and go over the dam already. That dam wasn’t keeping mussels out downstream. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  4. I agree that these things should be located in population centers. Put them where the consumers are. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  5. 45’ and less. Typically I’m fishing deep weed edges in 14-16’x Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  6. I’ve got a Striker 4 in my kayak. Performance-wise I’m happy with it. It does pick up my hardware under the boat. But I’m using it in shallow lakes, not Ontario or the big Fingers. Regarding size, the screen is small for all of the data it contains. It won’t have the detail or resolution of a bigger screen because the smaller screen doesn’t have as many pixels available for graphics. It’s fine if you don’t mind getting up close to read it, and aren’t look for precise structure details, but if you want to know what is going on from arms length or greater I would recommend a bigger screen. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  7. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michigan_Department_of_State_Police_v._Sitz
  8. I suspect they use the same legal justification that is used for roadside sobriety checkpoints and vehicle registration/inspection checkpoints. And those have passed Supreme Court muster.
  9. weave

    No wake

    It's not an additional outlet though. It's just a diversion around the Falls. It is taken from just upstream of the Falls, moved across turbines, and put back in below the Falls. Those turbines actually slow the water's movement. If anything, it is a less efficient flow of water, because it has more distance to travel and it has to go through the turbines.
  10. weave

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    If it were simply a hole that would make sense, but it's not. There is still only one source for that water, the outlet of Lake Erie. If you want to use an analogy, think of Niagara as a hose draining Erie. The tunnel is an additional branch on that hose, not an additional hose. The source for that tunnel water is the same source that feeds the Robert Moses Power Project. The water for both is diverted from the same location. If that water wasn't being diverted to the tunnel and to Robert Moses, it would be going over the falls. It is a tunnel leading to turbines. It is actually a higher resistance to flow than if the water stayed in the river channel.
  11. weave

    No wake

    The water flow into Ontario doesn’t change though. Its the sum of what goes over the falls, through the power turbines, and through that tunnel. You can change the ratio of where the water is moved, but the total flowing into Ontario is the same. They all outlet into Ontario. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  12. Even if the season closed during Fall through Spring the snaggers and poachers would still get their share. How many DEC officers are in each region? And how many great lakes tribs are in each region? Let alone other waterways and woodlands. It's not possible for the state to give the tribs enough priority to police this effectively.
  13. And there it is. Reason. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  14. Tons of ice in the river this afternoon in Niagara Falls at the Grand Island bridge. Did not get to venture downstream of the falls though. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
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