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salmonbound1

sodus bay report

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well 2 out of 3 isn,t bad was going for the perch then and up with these the best part is that am 2 up on free spirit charter for the year sorry paul had to :lol:

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Geeze Bob---that's more steelhead than you caught all last summer off your boat (except for when you fished with Pete and I).

Maybe you should run ice fishing charters....LOL

Enjoy it and be glad I don't do any ice fishing.... :devil:

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well 2 out of 3 isn,t bad was going for the perch then and up with these the best part is that am 2 up on free spirit charter for the year sorry paul had to :lol:

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Where in the bay were you fishing? I am new to Sodus.

Todd

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Hmm.... looks like someone was lucky they had a friend with them to reach down and grab that big male out... and all that after you left for fishing without me.

:D Don't get too used to fish like that buddy ;)

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First of all, Sodus is not a tributary. Second, if you don't know for sure that those fish are under 21" then why say anything at all? Since Bob is a Captain out of Sodus Bay, I'm pretty sure he knows the regs.

Lets not make this like "ice shanty" where everbody questions everybody. Beautifull fish Bob. :yes:

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Special Regulations for Great Lakes Tributaries

Great Lakes Tributaries Exempted From Seasonal Tributary Regulations

Great Lakes Tributaries Exempted From Seasonal Tributary Regulations Water County Applicable Regulations

Niagara River Erie & Niagara Upper Niagara River or Lower Niagara River regulations apply

Round Pond, Buck Pond, Long Pond, Cranberry Pond, and Irondequoit Bay Monroe Lake Ontario regulations apply

Sodus Bay Wayne Lake Ontario regulations apply

South Sandy Pond Oswego Lake Ontario regulations apply

Tributaries to the St. Lawrence River All tributaries in Clinton and Franklin General rules apply

Effective Dates for Special Seasonal Tributary Regulations

Special tributary regulations are effective SEPTEMBER 1 THROUGH MARCH 31 for all tributaries except the Salmon River in Oswego County where the effective dates are AUGUST 15 THROUGH APRIL 14.

ScottB, I just wanted to understand what this means. Sodus Bay is mentioned in the reg book but seasonal tributaries regulation it's exempt? So is I-bay and Sandy Pond. But what about Fair Haven, Port bay, etc.?

I get real confused with what, where, when and especially how to fish everywhere, so my rule of thumb is if i'm not sure I just don't do it.

Can you better explain this to me? I'll buy the beer! :beer:

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I can't make any sense of most of the regs in this state as it is, but I can eplain that I drink bud light lime. :yes:

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