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Re: PYMY 2019/08/06 23:12:24 (permalink)
Thanks for puting the link up Crappie. Interesting read and heck, I saw stories involving folks I ain't seen in 40 + years. Pretty neat.

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Re: PYMY 2019/08/06 23:46:58 (permalink)
MY TRIP TO THE DUMP..... by BTDT.

Cost me $50.00 to dump the load off my 5' x 10' utility trailer. (under a ton)

The interesting part was some dude had a 32" TV he was getting rid of and it cost him $70.00 for the TV alone.

Good Grief..... dam heavy TV I'm thinkin.

Had to agree with the guy when he said to the weighmaster collecting the fee, "no wonder people dispose of stuff along side the roads".
post edited by BeenThereDoneThat. - 2019/08/06 23:48:20

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Re: PYMY 2019/08/10 12:23:44 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby roygpa 2019/08/13 09:44:03
The Spillway yesterday ...... Carp City is back
 
 





 

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Re: PYMY 2019/08/10 19:33:42 (permalink)
Thanks for sharing captain. Looks like that orange carp is giving you the stink eye.
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Re: PYMY 2019/08/11 01:08:27 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby roygpa 2019/08/13 09:44:46
We took our grandson up for the local tour .... he enjoyed the trip.
 
There were 3 Carp that I seen that had yellow ,orange ,and white  colors  out of the hundreds there.
Hatchery tank was full of nice fish , some huge Crappie in there !
 
Stopped at Higgins's brothers taxidermy in Linesville for a short visit and hello , Chip is one of the best fish painting taxidermists around in my book . He's done several for me and my son over the years and I'm well pleased.  
 
That little ice cream place in town is really good too ! ....lol   
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Re: PYMY 2019/08/11 17:53:14 (permalink)
could be the latest endeavor of the fish commish to make a buck , palomino carp for your front yard ponds !!!!
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Re: PYMY 2019/08/11 21:21:00 (permalink)
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Heck I thought it might be the PFBC getting ready for the fall stocking of our waterways...... so OK, I'm leaving.😎
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Give a man a fish and you will feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you will feed him for a life time. ~Anne Isabella Thackeray Ritchie (1837–1919)~
 
 
 
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Re: PYMY 2019/10/16 17:21:34 (permalink)
when does the fall walleye bit start?
 
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Re: PYMY 2019/10/16 18:10:38 (permalink)
 Think it started already, this was just posted on another board....
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Re: PYMY 2020/01/30 15:26:53 (permalink)
sure is about time ! never thought I would say this , good job  PFC.
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Re: PYMY 2020/01/30 15:56:01 (permalink)
This has been the law for several years now with the exception, I'm guessing, the angler will no longer be "forced" to buy ($5.00) and display a coin sized button, in place of the actual cumbersome license, and only available..... through Uncle Charrr.... ummmm, one 3rd party.


Heyyy, maybe the quarter sized license buttons will no longer be available and I now own 3 collectors items (dam, didn't buy one last or this year either) . Ahhhh heck, my luck the button will contnue to be available anyhow..... stupid buttons.

Anybody know if them PFBC "S.O.S" buttons still being sold?



Thanks for the the heads up Crappiefisher.


Good times & Tight lines.
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Give a man a fish and you will feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you will feed him for a life time. ~Anne Isabella Thackeray Ritchie (1837–1919)~
 
 
 
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Re: PYMY 2020/02/01 10:47:07 (permalink)
Finally common sense sets in !  Ohio & NY have been like that forever ...I agree ...about time !
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Re: PYMY 2020/02/19 10:40:03 (permalink)
Any information on lake conditions...is it ice free.....thinking of bringing the boat up next week....for that fantastic early Panfish bite.
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Re: PYMY 2020/02/19 11:38:43 (permalink)
Not a chance its ice free...in fact its possible people could be ice fishing this weekend.
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Re: PYMY 2020/02/19 14:18:06 (permalink)
I was up on Sunday, lake was froze over shore to shore and as far as you could see north and south from the causeway . The only openings were at the bridges  for about 100 yards
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Re: PYMY 2020/02/19 18:35:12 (permalink)
Thanks guys.
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Re: PYMY 2020/02/20 06:42:49 (permalink)
Maybe PI bay in Erie?
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Re: PYMY 2020/02/20 17:30:44 (permalink)
South end is open.
 
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Re: PYMY 2020/03/04 21:32:27 (permalink)
Anyone fishing yet? The snagging has begun at the spillway

I'd rather be lucky then good,but im to good to be lucky
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Re: PYMY 2020/03/05 12:41:41 (permalink)
I fished the river below the pymy outflow and tied into a tank on Saturday. Hook pulled out sadly, but it was an impressive fish. Jig and a fathead. Left a few jigs in the timber on the bottom...water was pretty low at the time, but after the rains this week, I'm betting that's not the case at present.
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Re: PYMY 2020/03/05 18:17:28 (permalink)
Thinking I'm gonna give it a shot for some panfish on Sunday. Hopefully the fish are thinking the same thing
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Re: PYMY 2020/03/05 19:06:31 (permalink)
Kept me posted....last year did fabulous in Stewart's bay.....late March.....some slob crappie,and all the perch you wanted,8.5-12" average....got into a bunch of huge gills one sunny afternoon....8.5_9.5"    I'm ready...
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Re: PYMY 2020/03/05 20:02:12 (permalink)
I think im doing the same sunday. See if anything is hanging around the stumps yet. If im recovered enough to handle the boat
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Re: PYMY 2020/03/05 21:15:02 (permalink)
Good times and tight lines guys.

Keep us picture posted.

Dave leave the biggunns alone.... no heavy lifting. 😁

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Re: PYMY 2020/03/05 22:03:29 (permalink)
Yeah its the loading and unloading the boat that worries me. If nothing else I will hit the river below the dam
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Re: PYMY 2020/03/05 22:12:08 (permalink)
Float your boat on and off the bunks if driving on/off isn't practical.

May need to take your hip galoshes to keep your feet dry though. 😁

Hope to hear some good stories from all yall.🎣

Give a man a fish and you will feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you will feed him for a life time. ~Anne Isabella Thackeray Ritchie (1837–1919)~
 
 
 
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Re: PYMY 2020/03/05 22:45:37 (permalink)
Yeah depends on the lake level on if i can float it. Pulling and pushing doesnt work to well for me still. Only 2 weeks from surgery so its all still pretty tender and sore
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Re: PYMY 2020/03/05 22:57:20 (permalink)
I hear ya Dave and remember to use extreme caution when lifting your little fishing buddy.

Take care, hope to see ya on the water soon.

Give a man a fish and you will feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you will feed him for a life time. ~Anne Isabella Thackeray Ritchie (1837–1919)~
 
 
 
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