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32 minutes ago, Indabuff said:

Erie

Nice fish.

I haven’t fished an Erie trib in years.  Ontario is more convenient to me now. 

The nice thing about Erie tribs is they don’t get the crazy salmon crowds that the Ontario tribs get right now.

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7 minutes ago, Weave said:

Nice fish.

I haven’t fished an Erie trib in years.  Ontario is more convenient to me now. 

The nice thing about Erie tribs is they don’t get the crazy salmon crowds that the Ontario tribs get right now.

Thanks. 

Agreed, and that's one of the reasons I have a tendency to avoid Ontario tribs.  We did Salmon River a few years ago and I'll never go back.

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3 minutes ago, Indabuff said:

Thanks. 

Agreed, and that's one of the reasons I have a tendency to avoid Ontario tribs.  We did Salmon River a few years ago and I'll never go back.

Fall salmon fishing is fun.  Big, big fish on relatively light tackle.  The crowds can make it tough sometimes.

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On 10/20/2018 at 12:49 PM, Indabuff said:

 

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I recognize that gravel bar............

nice rod.

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4 hours ago, hsif said:

I recognize that gravel bar............

nice rod.

Haha, that would be impressive if you do but I think it's possible I might as well if someone posted a pic from it.  Might need to be a bit more discreet from now on.

Thanks, tied by a certain person on Rt. 5 in the Hamburg area.  Think the guides are too small especially the tip top.

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Worst season for ducks and geese on well over twenty years but I finally got into some northern mallards the other day. Managed some Lesser Scaup, Buffleheads, Redheads and Canvasbacks along with the 4 geese and 13 mallards. Best shoot of the year. Braving the freezing temps this Thursday for my last hunt of the season.

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Don't you just love it when supper tries to walk through your backyard? He tried it he tried it this morning but didn't quite make it.

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Hiked a little in Letchworth yesterday......... We have been hiking on the East side of the park, and in about 15 miles over 2 trips, we have yet to run into another person. Yesterday, we hiked on the West side....... which has beautiful views, but way more people. 

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6 minutes ago, hsif said:

Hiked a little in Letchworth yesterday......... We have been hiking on the East side of the park, and in about 15 miles over 2 trips, we have yet to run into another person. Yesterday, we hiked on the West side....... which has beautiful views, but way more people. 

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I hunt the southeast/eastern corridor of Letchworth. My step brother and I have been at the top of the permit list for 3 yrs now. I'm 49, it took us 13 yrs to get there once we did get approved for the permits. In that time, he's taken out 8 bucks, 5 for me. He has a 14 pointer, real nice, my biggest was a small 11.  We shoot no doe and nothing under 8. We meet the same guys there year after year. It's really an honor to hunt there, also, one hell of a tricky hunt. 

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Was gifted a venison back strap and round roast.  My intent this AM was to prep it to make venison bourguignon, and then it occurred to me, venison has alot in common with lamb, flavor-wise.  Not earth shattering news, I know, but it never occurred to me to substitute venison in traditional lamb dishes.

So, dinner tonight is now Indian food.  Venison vindaloo.

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On 1/27/2019 at 3:17 PM, Weave said:

Was gifted a venison back strap and round roast.  My intent this AM was to prep it to make venison bourguignon, and then it occurred to me, venison has alot in common with lamb, flavor-wise.  Not earth shattering news, I know, but it never occurred to me to substitute venison in traditional lamb dishes.

So, dinner tonight is now Indian food.  Venison vindaloo.

It makes great souvlaki as well.  

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1 hour ago, 3putt said:

It makes great souvlaki as well.  

I need to do this.

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One of the 16 Bonitos we caught. We also caught 10 triggerfish, 1 needefish, 2 Orange Roughy fish and a Dorado (mahi mahi).

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Looks Great Ducky.......... I can't wait for our water to turn liquid.

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They're hammering BIG walleyes on Lake Winnipeg right now... a few 35 inchers and lots over 30".

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man could go for some walleye fillets right about now!

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2 hours ago, Ducky said:

They're hammering BIG walleyes on Lake Winnipeg right now... a few 35 inchers and lots over 30".

 

54 minutes ago, North Buffalo said:

man could go for some walleye fillets right about now!

My freezer is out of walleyes.  Good thing the Fall perch bite was pretty solid this season.

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19 minutes ago, Weave said:

 

My freezer is out of walleyes.  Good thing the Fall perch bite was pretty solid this season.

Hoping to hit hard water for some for the first time (last time?) this weekend but the forecast may be a problem.  

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22 minutes ago, Indabuff said:

Hoping to hit hard water for some for the first time (last time?) this weekend but the forecast may be a problem.  

You are running out of time.  Be safe out there. 

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58 minutes ago, Weave said:

You are running out of time.  Be safe out there. 

Thanks.  I will.  Not interested in a Coast Guard rescue.

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On 3/12/2019 at 6:48 PM, Weave said:

My freezer is out of walleyes.  Good thing the Fall perch bite was pretty solid this season.

Perch Parm tonight! ............. If you've never had it....... It is excellent. Made the sauce last night.

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