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At 7pm on Tuesday February 1, LOCBA will be hosting guest speaker Mike Connerton from the NYSDEC. He will be doing a few presentations, talking some science, and following up with a Q&A. Member or not, everyone is invited. Our meetings are held at 7pm every first Tuesday of the month at the Irondequoit Fish and Game Club (658 Bay Front S, Rochester, NY 14609).

 

Captain Rob Westcott
LOCBA President
PO Box 1046
Webster, NY 14580
www.lakeontariocharterboatassociation.com
585-703-0969
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****SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKER UPDATE*****
2022 LOCBA Monthly Meeting Schedule
January 4
February 1- Special Guest Mike Connerton of NYSDEC
March 1- Special Guest Brian Weidel of USGS
April 5- Special Guests Chris Legard and Steve Hurst of NYSDEC
May 3
June 7
July 5
August 2
September 6
October 4
November 1
December 6
Lake Ontario Charter Boat Association general meetings are open to the public. Our meetings take place on the first Tuesday of every month starting promptly at 7:00 pm at the Irondequoit Fish and Game Club (658 Bay Front S, Rochester, NY 14609)
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In case I don’t make the meeting or if you want to heckle the speaker, here are some potential questions you might ask Dr! Connerton:

 

Why is “percent wild” a potentially unclear or perhaps incomplete statistic to report/discuss?

 

Based on your current understanding, What are the 2 most influential factors (environmental or biological) that determine how many wild kings are produced in a year? (I really want to hear this answer) 

 

What is a mupped up flounder pounder? 

 
When can we get Caledonia back raising kings? 
 

if we stock more Coho is there a chance Shreckstoff will finally catch one?
 

Remember to give him crap (and Congrats!) about finishing his Phd.


6 weeks till shakedown! 
 

-bw

 

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2 hours ago, Jimmyi said:

Rob,

Are you guys going to have a flea market or used tackle sale this spring?

No sir. Hopefully in the future we can do that again though.

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11 hours ago, schreckstoff said:


In case I don’t make the meeting or if you want to heckle the speaker, here are some potential questions you might ask Dr! Connerton:

 

Why is “percent wild” a potentially unclear or perhaps incomplete statistic to report/discuss?

 

Based on your current understanding, What are the 2 most influential factors (environmental or biological) that determine how many wild kings are produced in a year? (I really want to hear this answer) 

 

What is a mupped up flounder pounder? 

 
When can we get Caledonia back raising kings? 
 

if we stock more Coho is there a chance Shreckstoff will finally catch one?
 

Remember to give him crap (and Congrats!) about finishing his Phd.


6 weeks till shakedown! 
 

-bw

 

 

You know someone is going to bring up Caledonia, and if they don't I will for sh*ts and giggles.

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On 1/31/2022 at 8:04 PM, schreckstoff said:


In case I don’t make the meeting or if you want to heckle the speaker, here are some potential questions you might ask Dr! Connerton:

 

Why is “percent wild” a potentially unclear or perhaps incomplete statistic to report/discuss?

 

Based on your current understanding, What are the 2 most influential factors (environmental or biological) that determine how many wild kings are produced in a year? (I really want to hear this answer) 

 

What is a mupped up flounder pounder? 

 
When can we get Caledonia back raising kings? 
 

if we stock more Coho is there a chance Shreckstoff will finally catch one?
 

Remember to give him crap (and Congrats!) about finishing his Phd.


6 weeks till shakedown! 
 

-bw

 

Damn, I can't make the 1st so I hope the others carry the torch and get you to squirm!  With the excellent decision to go to all Spring yearling Coho stocking you will certainly catch one! Perhaps as early as this Spring!

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