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1 Interesting stuff on Mon Aug 28, 2017 9:22 am

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First, something humorous. A couple of weeks ago my buddy and I were fly fishing pan fish at a pond from shore. A couple of kayakers who had been bass fishing all morning came in to pack up. We asked how they did and they responded that they had caught a few largemouths and a few smallmouths. Well, my friend and looked at each other with raised eyebrows. After they left we had a good laugh because there are only largemouth bass in that pond. Every small bass we happened to catch after that was accompanied by a "Hey, I got another smallmouth!" comment.

On August 19th I pontooned around on Canadice Lake. It is one of the Finger Lakes and is used as a reservoir.
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Ready to leave, I was chatting with a couple of guys fishing from a small pebble beach around the corner from the boat launch (just a pebble ramp with no docks). A couple in a small canoe nearby overturned and I motored over to help. As I approached I noticed something on the fish finder. I towed their canoe with them hanging on and most of their belongings, minus the battery on the bottom 40 ft. down, to shore. I then went back to where I noticed something and what I saw was what looked like a group of trees growing from the bottom. Very strange since this lake is natural, being carved by the glaciers. Have a look.
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One more thing. My son texted this picture from a small lake called Waneta where he caught this Tiger Muskie. I'm jealous! I have never caught a Muskie!
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2 Re: Interesting stuff on Mon Aug 28, 2017 11:10 am

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Great report thanks for sharing, glad you were there to help the guys on the Canoe, and that Tiger Musky very cool. I wish we have fish like that here in SoCal, I guys I just get to watch from a distance oh well.


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3 Re: Interesting stuff on Mon Aug 28, 2017 1:41 pm

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Wow, great images. What kind of FF is that from?


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