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Eagles an cormorants

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Took my youngest out and was hopeing to get into some perch. Launched at baldeagle and motored to yanty. There were 5 eagles and more cormorants than I have ever seen except for lil gallo up north, which they leveled. There were proly couple hundred hope this isn't a trend. We all know what they are capable of. Not a bite in creeks so did a pass for brown's to get the boy some fish. 20190511_140238.jpeg20190511_140241.jpeg

 

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I think that smile says it all. Great to see kids out !👍👍

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That's the best pic I've seen in awhile. Pretty sure I can speak for everybody when I say, that right there is what it's all about. Kudos to you!

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Please send your observations re the cormorants to the DEC in Avon ,they need to hear from all of us that are totally discussed with nothing being done, controlled by a judge in a Washington, it's a problem all over. 

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Looks like that boy was having the time of his life! Keep that fun going for him. On my way out Sandy channel Saturday morning first light we saw a cormerant with a 6" bass in his mouth and in the evening a quarter mile off shore there was a eagle chasing a fish hawk around for 5 minutes, that was a way cool sight to see!

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On 5/12/2019 at 11:33 AM, jilou1ow said:

Please send your observations re the cormorants to the DEC in Avon ,they need to hear from all of us that are totally discussed with nothing being done, controlled by a judge in a Washington, it's a problem all over. 

Could also consider voicing concerns to Albany or Washington. Hardworking folks in Avon likely have little time or ability to influence change on federal wildlife decisions. 

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