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Fishnut

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About Fishnut

  • Birthday 09/13/1969

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Kersey Pa. 15846
  • Interests
    Fishing, hunting, Machining, fabricating, welding, and building things. I have a machine shop in my garage.
  • Home Port
    depends?? north east Erie or Wilson Ontario
  • Boat Name
    Fishnut

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  1. Fishnut

    Meat

    Yes it would. And fresh bait is a must. The problem with spoons is you would have to reapply it to spoons pretty regularly. I’ve been doing a lot of reading this winter. And if a fish can smell it’s way back to the spot it was born in, it can surely tell the difference between fresh bait and dead bait. Just my thoughts. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. Fishnut

    2019 Sheds

    Lots of miles. My kids walk 10 miles a day on average while shed hunting. They have been hunting sheds every weekend since December. I don’t have that kind of time so I don’t find nearly as many. A lot of people that won’t let you hunt deer on their property will let you shed hunt on their property, most just want to see what you have found. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. Fishnut

    2019 Sheds

    My kids have been doing great so far this year with whitetail sheds. The elk are starting to drop now. Hopefully this weekend we’ll get some of them also. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  4. Fishnut

    Meat

    sorry for the double post
  5. Fishnut

    Meat

    How much smell does the cured bait have? And does it smell like fresh fish or old fish?? I king salmon has a better nose that a bloodhound. n Fish Smell? By A MOMENT OF SCIENCE STAFF Posted November 19, 2004 Do fish have olfactory senses? How do they smell without a "nose?" Find out on this Moment of Science. Smell, or olfaction, as scientists call it, is an important sense for many fish. Those little holes that look like nostrils are called nares. Nares don’t lead to the throat the way nostrils do in mammals, but open up into a chamber lined with sensory pads. Olfactory Systems Of A Fish Not all fish move water in and out through these nares in quite the same ways, but key to a strong sense of smell for fish is the ability to move water rapidly over these sensory pads. Some fish can pick up chemical signals when immobile by pumping water through their olfactory system via tiny hairs called cilia. Other fish can pump water by a muscular movement. Some fish, such as smaller species of mackerel, have an olfactory system that requires them to swim in order to get water moving through their nares. When the sensory pads pick up chemical signals, they transmit them to the fish’s forebrain, which interprets the signal and incites the fish to respond appropriately. Chemical Cues If the chemicals signal food, the fish will pursue the food. Or if the chemicals signal danger, it’ll flee. But fish use chemical cues in all sorts of ways. For instance, a large group of fishes release a chemical when they’re wounded that incites other fish to flee. And then there are salmon, which are known for a superb sense of smell that enables them to sense the stream where they were born, so that they may return to it to spawn. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. Fishnut

    Meat

    How much smell does the cured bait have? And does it smell like fresh fish or old fish?? I king salmon has a better nose that a bloodhound. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. I use in-lines in the spring on my small boat for browns and big boards on my big boat for kings and walleye.
  8. Fishnut

    Renaming a Boat

    I renamed our boat when we got it. dumped a bottle of goat piss (Champaign) over the bow, got half looped on beer and never looked back!! catches fish like crazy.
  9. How muck for all of them? Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. Fishnut

    How-to Video on Tying Salmon Trolling Flies

    Purple taco. They sell all the components. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  11. Sure will. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  12. Lloyd I’ll call you at lunch time. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  13. Yes pay pal is preferred. Please PM me your address and I will PM back my paypal information. The weights are 3 $ each and shipping is 7.90 flat rate. I can fit up to 20 balls in a shipping box Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  14. Yes I can fit up to 20 in A box. Shipping for a box is 7.90. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  15. ive used 8 to 17 lb in the past and have done well. lately ive been running 12lb P-line for my rigger rods and I use them for walleye in Erie and Kings on Ontario. I think I get more hits with the lighter line. especially on Ontario.
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