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Everything posted by St.Lawrence77

  1. Definately something you want to get to the bottom of. If you have access to a multi meter test the bilge with water in it and go from there. Some videos on the Web on how to do it. In the mean time make sure your batteries are disconnected either thru a perko switch(off) or just disconnect terminals anytime you aren't using the boat. Good luck. Keep us posted.
  2. This is a sore subject for me as well. And I'm mainly a musky and pike guy. See it every year. Wonder if or why a DEC officer can't do a ride along with the C.G. They have a strong presence on the river especially around A bay. This way they can be "observed" first. Over the last 8 years I've only seen DEC boat on the River twice.
  3. For me it's "My feet are freezing and my hands are numb". Fishing the Larry early December!
  4. Congrats on the Larry fish. My favorite place to "chase tail"! Be up next week to punch the clock and start pulling lines.
  5. Sounds like possibly a gar pike. Tricky fish to catch. You can replace the back treble with a small piece of frayed rope. Good luck.
  6. Well said. And when we can't agree about that we should trade our mustad 3551 7/0 lures for binaculars and bird watch instead. No mortality there. Sent from my SM-G920V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. As informative as this topic has become it is a little "off topic". This 40 1/8" fish has become a bit of a martyr. If it was truly going to die (gill hooked) isn't it better to become a family memory than bird and turtle food? From seeing Justin's posts over the last few years I think he would have CPR that fish under better circumstances. Sent from my SM-G920V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  8. A few gobies can decimate a smallmouths nest in the 2 mins. it's gone. Multiply that by a few anglers over the days and that's more damage than you fit in a live well down the line. Inside the bays doesn't bother me as much but on the river there are gobies. Fact. That's why the SLR is closed season until 3rd. Saturday in june for bass and musky. Sent from my SM-G920V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  9. Guides aren't the ones I see fishing bass beds the first couple weeks of June. I think D.E.C should have a little more presence on the river. At least that time of year. If you've ever gone to Rossie to see the walleye spawn you'll know what I mean. Sent from my SM-G920V using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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