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Pequod1

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS THREAD...
« Reply #9975 on: May 24, 2023, 05:06 PM »
Iím embarrassed to say I was out last Thursday. 1 7Ē perch and no eyes. Then the dam key broke off in the ignition. It was bent up but thick headed me used it anyways. Real lucky to turn the engine in with the stub of the key.  Big PIA to get it out.

Deadeyez

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS THREAD...
« Reply #9976 on: May 24, 2023, 05:07 PM »
Unreal! That must have been fun. If it can go wrong it will lol
Nice job findin em

trapper2000

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS THREAD...
« Reply #9977 on: May 24, 2023, 08:53 PM »
no fish broken keys and this  is page 666  =))  might be something to superstition
you can destroy buildings  you can't  destroy the  american spirit

regulator

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS THREAD...
« Reply #9978 on: May 25, 2023, 04:32 AM »
Good call Trapper


reeleyz

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS THREAD...
« Reply #9979 on: May 25, 2023, 05:38 AM »
Hopefully your next trip is better P1 !!!

Pequod1

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS THREAD...
« Reply #9980 on: May 25, 2023, 05:57 AM »
It was better. I went to a fingerlake and put a hurting on some perch.
hereís the mess I had to deal with. Just to get clear access to work on the key.



gotagetm

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS THREAD...
« Reply #9981 on: May 25, 2023, 07:00 AM »
Sounds like people on the healing...I just had my shoulder surgery yesterday so I'm out for a bit

xc600

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS THREAD...
« Reply #9982 on: May 25, 2023, 07:59 AM »
Been slow for us on the east end, lots of marks not much action though. Starting to see some Mayflies, hopefully the bite starts to pick up.

gotagetm

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS THREAD...
« Reply #9983 on: May 26, 2023, 06:31 AM »
Awesome album regulator !

SeanP

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS THREAD...
« Reply #9984 on: May 26, 2023, 10:36 AM »
Sounds like people on the healing...I just had my shoulder surgery yesterday so I'm out for a bit

Three weeks today since total knee replacement!  Feeling good but it will be a while yet before i splash the boat!

SeanP

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS THREAD...
« Reply #9985 on: May 26, 2023, 11:33 AM »
Make sure it's a calm day a choppy water will definitely strain a knee

regulator

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS THREAD...
« Reply #9986 on: May 26, 2023, 12:17 PM »
Awesome album regulator !

One of my all time favorites. Seen them in 2017 at Barclay Center Arena in Brooklyn on the Book Of Souls tour, and 2019 at Key Bank Arena in Buffalo on the Legacy Of The Beast Tour. Been a lifelong fan since around 1980. Unimaginable how those guy's still rock it out!!

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62 & Done

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS THREAD...
« Reply #9988 on: Jun 02, 2023, 12:32 PM »
Pequod1     I also broke a key off when my boat was knew because my swivel seat came in contact with the gear shift when I spun around.  I didn't know what to do so I went straight back to the launch before shutting it off. I ended up moving the key into the dash board. It wasn't easy but I got it done one wire at a time.

Fishin-Mission

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS THREAD...
« Reply #9989 on: Jun 02, 2023, 02:55 PM »
I have seen many mature shad dead below the Caughdenoy  Dam on the Oneida River, and on the Oswego River below Phoenix and Fulton. Not 100s but more than I would usually see this late in the season. I usually see a few mature dead shad just after ice out. 

I am not concerned about the die off on Oneida because there were 1000s of mature shad spanning below the C'noy dam in May. I am sure some of the fry will make it upstream into Oneida sometime this summer or in the fall.

 



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