We fished the Gut over the holiday weekend. Last year at the holiday weekend we could not get over the PIKE in there. This year, one caught- none scene. THe back side by the bridge produced some medium sized LMB and that was it.
Post by An Bradon Charters on Jun 4, 2008 21:59:50 GMT -5
Water temps are about 5-9 degrees off from previous years. I am assuming you are looking for bass? Things will be getting going any day as mother nature will not wait for ideal conditions for the spawn. It may come down to a very short window.
Those are buoys, if you look close you will some numbers and letters along side them. If you look the the far left on the chart you see a green square and it says G C-1 which means a green colored Can buoy, up above that one there is a red square with R N-2 which stands for a Red Nun buoy. The purple teardrops next to the buoys indicates a lighted buoy.
backforty: Morning Boot![br][br]Thought i would drop you a message letting you know that i,m trying to get a bunch of the members back together from when ben closed down his forum. Heres one that i,mm getting set up. [br]http://vermontwild.proboards.com[br][br]Mark ( maple, Maplem
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wellsley: Anybody home
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fishrmanron: I am still alive and well....well sort of
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wellsley: Good to hear.
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champman: Has anyone seen Champ, the lake monster?
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wellsley: not in awhile
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CFCAFE (Mark): gee...awfully quiet here! there is about 135 days until I can drive the 327 miles north to Champ, is it spring yet?
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wellsley: Time to wake up the dead. Good luck with the driving.
Dec 27, 2014 8:30:48 GMT -5
CFCAFE (Mark): thanks Wellsley... gearing up now. can't wait for ice out. Did the northern end (Plattsburgh and up) get much snow?
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