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There may be but Ive never seen any.. Actually I was there last night with the kayak.They are all over the bay this year..Like I said there all skiddish. I think this clear water has something to do with that.

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my guess is that  there most probably is some natural reproduction but the young of the year  fish  would  not survive on the pond

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Going to say there is very very minimal to zero reproduction in the bay. Those fish are from the pen project. It has really taken hold in the bay!!!

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This year the bays are loaded with Zebra mussels. I have never seen it like this before on Lake Ontario (at least Fair Haven area). They were reported from sodus to Fair Haven and in mass amounts


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Happy Holidays everyone hope u all got your fishing xmas gifts lol...We are in full Winter mode and it looks like the fun is just beginning. Its going to be down toward zero during this week so hopefully the ice fully freezes so these guys can get out there..Have a great  week and have a great New Years!!

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I haven’t ice fished since my last trip to Quinte, where I nearly froze to death and never even had a bite. After realizing that we got scammed. 15 years ago I’m ready to give it a try again. A couple of guys on here are going to take me under their wing, and with my uncles insulated ice hut and real chairs not a upside down 5 gallon bucket I’m actually pumped about going:yes:. The single digits and or -0 temps should lock things up pretty quick!!!

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I'm hoping we don't get any ice and we can troll all winter!!!!although its not looking good with the brutal cold coming

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I’m with ya there also, but the reality of it happening to stay in a liquid state is pretty much out the window!! Not like last year where you guys were trolling browns in February:lol: 

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The highs in the next few days are only going to reach 15 plus we got snow warnings posted until tomorrow night. The bays really gonna freeze this year....

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I hear ya mike,wishfull thinking,i was happy we were able to get out in mexico a couple weeks ago.only month we missed trolling last year was January.january isn't looking to good for this coming year either.

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What a mess lol. We go from extremely frozen to extremely thaw. Bay is still iced over. I would imagine with tonights front moving in the ice will re-harden again. Guess its time to re-button up the hatches lol..

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Yea but I like to run that thing lol...
 I thought I would pass something in here that ive been working on. And im not trying to cross any websites or anything like that but basically people have seen me on the water with my kayaks and mostly I used them last year just for the respect to the high waters we had. 

 

Honestly the things are a blast and some people in the area I met on the water ,asked me to put together a kayak group thru meetup. Plus there are a few in this thread that do kayak in our area and I thought I would pass it along so here is the link...

I just put it together the other day and we already have over 25 members. Again im not cross threading i just thought I would pass this on if anyone is interested....

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Beautiful day here today. There is ice at the south end but by the chute it was relatively clear. Not much ice pack out on the lake as well. The water level was low when it froze so you could see a lot...Stays this way could be early iceout....

 

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Any news on the ice breaking up? Last I heard was it was about 75% gone last weekend from where we are on Hadcock Dr. Wouldn't mind dumping the boat in mid March.

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Any news on the ice breaking up? Last I heard was it was about 75% gone last weekend from where we are on Hadcock Dr. Wouldn't mind dumping the boat in mid March.

Last week the bay was around 75%. Yesterday it looked to be free of ice. I didn’t check the launches though.


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Not the best picture but the ice is about 50% gone and the entire bay. Little sodas in and turtle Cove lunches are not usable they are iced in the state park looks open

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'Bout Time
Mike

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Thanks Mike. Are you looking to get out any time soon


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Not rushing it. Seems like every year I do get water running through my block we get a hard freeze the next week or so. I usually do all maintenance in March and shoot for hitting the water in April.


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My target is April as well. Want to get camper in place as soon as I can


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Hello Guys, we come from VT most years for spring browns. Its always hard to plan a week to be there due to weather obviously. I debated with one of the guys I go with, and based on the type of winter we have had he thinks April 18th to the 22nd will be too late for the best shallow brown program and water will likely be too clear. Do you guys mind giving me your thoughts? Thank you in advance!

 

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Hello Guys, we come from VT most years for spring browns. Its always hard to plan a week to be there due to weather obviously. I debated with one of the guys I go with, and based on the type of winter we have had he thinks April 18th to the 22nd will be too late for the best shallow brown program and water will likely be too clear. Do you guys mind giving me your thoughts? Thank you in advance!
 
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Definitely Some of the best spring brown fishing to be had then. Hard to beat last 2 weeks of April.


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Due to scheduling conflicts. My buddies and I come up the first week of May and have been for years. We usually do pretty well. The weather is a little better and we run into some spring kings sometimes. 

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