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  1. Sunday was awful, we struggled off of Dunkirk to put any in the box while we heard reports of others boxing out easily, even though we had identical setups and speed. I am not sure if thefish were in tight pods or not but it seemed we were not able to connect like others did trolling in the same water, frustrating for sure. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  2. Dam fine haul! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  3. Awesome! Congratulations! Yeah this weather has not been turkey friendly. I have not been out yet, just too tough trying to get the boat ready to go and dodging the rain as well. I have had to pick and choose how to use the few good days we have had on the weekends. Going to try this weekend to get out! I hope this dries up soon so that the hens can sit their nests and poults can survive. Worst thing is cold and wet conditions. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  4. Exactly, we need to get everyone on board for this fight!! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  5. yup perfect ...put em on land Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  6. Can’t Stop the Flop!! [emoji16][emoji1303] Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  7. Exactly, there is absolutely no need for these to be in the lake, this is not the ocean. If NYS wants to supplement its energy consumption from wind power on the water, they should place them offshore in the ocean off of long island and let the folks in the Hamptons stare at them! Good place for them, the scandinavian countries have had ocean placed windmills for years, let that be an example and place them off of the East Coast, not in our fishery or our drinking water. Just like the powerplant on the river, we do not see any benefit to that nonsense and this is the same resource grab, but they (albany and dwnstate) don’t have to deal with looking at it, or its impact on our community, in the case of the dam we have the ice boom that impacts us every year so the water intakes are clear of ice, all in the name of energy production for downstate. This will turn into the same nightmares, we will bare all of the cosequence while Albany and downstate benefit politically and fiscally. It is unaccepatable and every single boater, beach goer, fisherman and resident that enjoys looking at our lake and enjoying everything it offers in WNY needs to write their politicians or call them and say enough is enough and NO we do not want these in our water, period!! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  8. We must stand our ground on this issue, enough is enough! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  9. https://www.wgrz.com/mobile/article/news/local/could-new-wind-turbines-be-coming-to-lake-erie/71-1611a493-1958-485b-a374-f4cd5e17ef43 Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  10. We fished yesterday off the Catt from 60-80 fow, picked only one fish, ran zig zag pattern in and out across those depths from top to bottom with lead and dipseys was a tough day to swallow. The lake definately flipped temps, lets hope it picks back up this weekend as it warms up. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  11. The muddys are clean and tight, they will fit in your tracks no problem. Uou can sort of see mine here in the track. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United Mobile App
  12. Will be heading out of the Catt toward Silvercreek and Dunkirk will keep you posted on the haul. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  13. No either one or the other, not both on one harness, depending on speed one works better than the other, typically willows are better at quicker speeds versus colorado which like a slower troll. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  14. Dam fine haul Jim! Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United
  15. Here are some that I use regularly that I have tied. All are copper on the back sides. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Erie United Mobile App
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