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New York / Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS THREAD...
« Last post by lowaccord66 on Oct 22, 2017, 05:23 AM »
Nice work on the fin and feathers guys.  Is it a weed trout or a green carp?  Idk, I dont own enough power poles for that answer.
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Massachusetts / Re: 10ft jon boat registration required?
« Last post by fishercat on Oct 22, 2017, 05:11 AM »
If you stick with oars you do not need to register the boat.
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Bass / Big smallie reward
« Last post by Fishingframes on Oct 22, 2017, 04:25 AM »
 Helped with some chores at a friends cottage - rewarded with bass

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New York / Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS THREAD...
« Last post by filetandrelease on Oct 22, 2017, 01:47 AM »

Looks like a fun time PP
And good luck with the football game
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Massachusetts / Re: 10ft jon boat registration required?
« Last post by SalmonAndStriper Stalker on Oct 21, 2017, 10:37 PM »
im thinking of just using oars. im just going to leave it at a buddys house at one of the ponds i fish. if i only use oars do i still need it registered? just going to use it for some crappie fishing in the spring so i dont really need a motor. already have a 12t jon boat with a 9.9 on a trailer for all the heavy work so was just going to leave the 10ft one at the pond.
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New York / Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS THREAD...
« Last post by pimplepounder on Oct 21, 2017, 09:35 PM »
Finally got a couple free hours this am before football snuck out with a buddy to chase some rooster had our limit in 45 minutes

Plan was to head to camp and shut down the water for the season but we won first round of the playoffs Wednesday night so second round tommorow might get sick this week and head up for a day
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New York / Re: Thinkin' about ice fishin'?
« Last post by O on Oct 21, 2017, 09:29 PM »
CANíT WAIT!
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New York / Thinkin' about ice fishin'?
« Last post by Dug1898 on Oct 21, 2017, 08:33 PM »
LOOK AT THAT PERCH! interesting lure too...
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Massachusetts / Re: 10ft jon boat registration required?
« Last post by james1981 on Oct 21, 2017, 08:07 PM »
 FYI, follow the rules in NH if you ever fish or hunt there, Know the laws and limits. I can tell you that I see those guys out and about everywhere, the last thing you want is to be on Northwoods Law... LOL..  I get checked at least 2 times a year out there, mainly hunting and fishing in the white mountains. I mean I was in 5 miles on road hiking out from fishing on the remote pond and the boys in green where just rolling by...  If you want the real wilderness feeling White mountains are where the 30 brookie days are..
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Massachusetts / Re: 10ft jon boat registration required?
« Last post by james1981 on Oct 21, 2017, 08:04 PM »
 I guess its more on the lines of paying sales tax in the state. Its required before you register anything, Its easy once you get the thing registered you can just do everything online, Except waiting in line in Worcester, that is just maddening and when you pay and they don't send you the registration that was my experience this year.

 Friends of friends with an EPO, the best story from last weekend was a guy shooting 6 pheasants in one day, 4 over limit and reached his season limit in one outing. Doing something because you can doesn't make it right. Is one trout over, one bird over or any amount of fish or game really worth losing the right to have fun.  Its easier to just get the stupid thing registered then have this monkey on your back.
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