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  1. 1)Alewife infestation (plenty of food). 2) Presence of large northern pike (well known for eating smaller Esox species) 3) Probably by far the most impactful factor is pressure. Boating, skiing, and fishing pressure are intense on Conesus.
  2. Love the Walkers also. I bet they have the most fun of all. 😎
  3. She looks so excited. I think we are gonna have a new hunter in a few years. 😎
  4. Sheephead have spared me much boredom throughout my fishing career and this trip was no exception! My brother with what I would guess is a 20 plus pounder.
  5. Ill be in Cape Vincent (Carlton Island Area) starting October 08, any tips on smallmouth locations and/or presentations etc.. would be greatly appreciated. Locating fish will be my primary concern. thanks much, have a great week everyone.
  6. Thanks much for all the great advice. I will definitely go /w heavier line. It’s a Buckethead mini guitar replica btw!
  7. I’m heading to St Lawrence River in October. Any recommendations for a flatlining rig? I was thinking 40# braid (10lb mono diameter) so I can get the lures deeper. Is this going to be strong enough? Leader recommendations etc... would be greatly appreciated. Thanks, have a great week everyone.
  8. If you don’t get bit you can always downsize but generally speaking with the size of the pike in Conesus that’s definitely not to big. Alewives have basically replaced perch in that lake so white is always a good color for swimbaits.
  9. Always looking for people to fish with, no drinking, prefer nonsmoker. Would love to get out fishing and meet people in the process. I have a 16’ tiller /w a casting platform and trolling motor. Hope you all have a great week and I hope to see you on the water.
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