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Re: PYMY 2020/05/25 15:39:41 (permalink)
Chauncy, I've a feeling things are gonna continue for a while. Weather expected to be crazy hot through the coming week.

Pulled my boat to two launches yesterday (5/24) and kept right on moving.

Snodgrass had vehicles with empty trailers parked in the grass along the driveways, when I went through.

Drove past the Jamestown end of the lake at 11:30 PM today (5/25) and the water was like glass. I was heading to Greenville so I don't know what the Jamestown launch looked like.

Maybe take a ride to Snodgrass later today. Maybe with the holiday weekend coming to a close, pressure might die down.

Stay safe & be well.
post edited by BeenThereDoneThat. - 2020/05/25 15:41:54

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Re: PYMY 2020/05/25 17:14:31 (permalink)
Friday snodgrass had 2 trucks at 7am when we launched. Saturday at 6am 1 truck at bay 41. Then by 11 am both days the launches were packed. Bay 41 had ppl parked almost to the road! Conneaut lake yesterday 5 trucks at 730 when we arrived then 15 at 130 when we left. Probably 15 jetskis and 20 cruiser boats on the lake with 10 fishermen. The dock was plenty busy tho when we pulled out.
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Re: PYMY 2020/05/25 23:00:42 (permalink)
To all,  Bad news for lil bit restaurant 


To all of our Customers (family):
Due to Covid-19 and the uncertainty of when and if we would be allowed to open our door for dine n service, not that we do not want to follow all the rules and guidelines that will have to be put in place, we feel that the quailty of our service to our customers would be very uncomfortable and would affect the pleasant and enjoyable dine in experiance and home cooked meals that you have become accustomed to and expect. It has always been our priority to put the health and safety of you our customers first.
With that being said, we are heartbroken to inform you that we will not be reopening our doors. You our customers (family) have come to mean so much to Al and I. You are all loved and will be missed dearly. We want to thank you for the opportunity in allowing us to serve you and make your time here with us pleasant and enjoyable. We thank you for six great years of laughter and good times. We continue to pray that God will bless and keep you safe during these uncertian times in our lives.
You will forever be in our hearts and prayers,
Teresa and Al
Trust in the Lord with all your heart and lean not on your own understanding, in all your ways acknowledge him and he will make your paths staraight. Proverbs 3:5-6
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Re: PYMY 2020/05/25 23:21:05 (permalink)
DANG!!! That's truely sad news. LilBit was by far, our favorite place to eat. Always made to feel at home and, in our book, the food was the best in the area.

Will be missed.

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Re: PYMY 2020/05/26 08:05:17 (permalink)
Tom,sorry to hear that its closing we ate there many times
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Re: PYMY 2020/05/27 06:08:44 (permalink)
So this restaurant is up in God's Country where the virus is nearly nonexistant? Another case of the heavy hand of government exerting control over the lives of the ordinary citizens? Sad that any business cannot survive, but those small town establishments will be sorely missed.

For Liberals, whenever reality conflicts with ideology, it is reality that must change.
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Re: PYMY 2020/05/27 06:35:20 (permalink)
emitch, I'm not being demeaning and only wish to show how unfair Wolf has been, to local business owners.

Less than a 1/8 mile down the road, from the recently "out of business restaurant" people can gather for an ice cream cone and other stuff, but we are not permitted to enjoy a fine home cooked meal "in" our favorite restaurant(s).

Another form of business includes hair salons and barbershops. People can get their hair cut/styled in Ohio but across the state line in PA, we can not.

Just some of many, freedoms of choice taken from us.

Wolf and his finger puppets are the "straw that broke the camels back".

Florida or BUST.


BTW.... got the transmission problem fixed, thanks again for your help. 🍻
post edited by BeenThereDoneThat. - 2020/05/27 06:43:21

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Re: PYMY 2020/05/27 16:35:47 (permalink)
Sorry to see them close their doors. They don’t want to take chances on passing this deadly virus among their good friends they feed. God bless them all.
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Re: PYMY 2020/05/27 21:18:33 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby roygpa 2020/05/28 10:15:39
Lots of parking at Espeyville around 5:30ish. Lots of people fishing from the shoreline too, but maybe 5 vehicles with trailers parked in the launch lot.

Nice to see, at the Buckeye beach, people swimming and enjoying a good time.

Not much traffic at the Andover loopty loop and the signs towering over the gas stations said $1.99 which is $.36 a gal. cheaper than in PA and $.13 more a gallon than in Kinsman. Just a bit of FYI for those staying or thinking about heading to Pymatuning State Park.

Hair salon/Barber Shops are open in Ohio & taking reservations but do ask about what to expect when you arrive.

In Ohio I also saw signs on a few eaterys saying dine-in now available. Again, y'all might want to call ahead.

In PA, carry-out is available at participating restuarants and y'all can get dogs, burgers, and cream cones at the dairy isles.
post edited by BeenThereDoneThat. - 2020/05/27 21:20:58

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Re: PYMY 2020/05/29 20:15:13 (permalink)
How's the bite on the south end? Jamestown?
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Re: PYMY 2020/05/30 04:38:19 (permalink)
Rickters baitshop said the bite is pretty good there.
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Re: PYMY 2020/05/30 04:52:42 (permalink)
Thank you Chauncey...
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Re: PYMY 2020/05/30 11:57:36 (permalink)
Don't know how the catchin is goin but Epyville launch lookin pretty busy this morning (5/30).

Nobody fishin, from or by, the 285 underpass with boats now scattered far and wide across the water.

Partly sunny and 66 for a high today with mostly sunny skys and high of 60 for Sunday (5/31)

πŸ€” 5/31.... somethin about 5/31 I should be remembering. ehhh, I'm sure it will come to me.

Good times and tight lines.

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Re: PYMY 2020/05/30 13:50:44 (permalink)
Happy anniversary??
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Re: PYMY 2020/05/30 17:21:25 (permalink)
Fisherlady2
Happy anniversary??


😳 uhhhh-ohhh!!! 😣
post edited by BeenThereDoneThat. - 2020/05/30 17:22:39

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Re: PYMY 2020/05/31 07:41:52 (permalink)
If indeed it is your anniversary BTDT, this is for both you and her...https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_NNTtuO1xUc
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Re: PYMY 2020/05/31 07:58:43 (permalink)
Olds, how very kind and to serenade "boomers" with Roy & Dale. Priceless, Thank you.

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 2020/05/31 09:19:12 (permalink)
You are very welcome. If it ever come to a little spat, let me know. I have a couple sure to get you back in good grace. After 51 years, (I think) I know a few things...
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Re: PYMY 2020/05/31 09:47:23 (permalink)
😁 Congratulations on 51 years 🍻🍻🍻

Be well.

As for a spat, my wife has taught me a few things. 🀣


Looking to be a gorgeous but chilly day on the Pymy today. Bit windy too and the weather man says a low of 39 for tonight.

Folks in their boats be needing to bundle up for sure today.

Good times and tight lines to all who make it out today.🎣
post edited by BeenThereDoneThat. - 2020/05/31 09:54:10

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Re: PYMY 2020/05/31 12:38:47 (permalink)
Drifted bait around Tuttle, Stumps, and Linesville Saturday. Way too windy. 4 Giganto Crappies 2 25 inch Walleye. Eyes were on crawler and leech.

You should have been here yesterday.............. Streams are made for the wise man to contemplate and fools to pass by [Sir Izaak Walton]
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Re: PYMY 2020/05/31 17:01:24 (permalink)
Decided to stay home today. A bit too cold and windy for these old bones. I’ll be there when the wind dies down some.
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Re: PYMY 2020/06/01 19:45:45 (permalink)
Wow what a difference in a day. I had real estate (😊) bidniz to attend to today, so I didn't get to see the lake but we did have a good dinner at the Family Restuarant on 285 in PA.

Tried Russels BBQ but learned they is closed on Mondays so we'll look forward to stopping by again sometime in the near future.

No kidding, we walked in joining many other patrons and actually had a sit down meal. Fantabulous.

Didn't hear no stories about catching on the lake. Guess the folks know "no spotburning".

Good times are comin again & tight lines.

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Re: PYMY 2020/06/10 11:08:40 (permalink)
92 for a high today and a bit breezy.

Weather dude calling for some severe weather this afternoon.

Weather Dude says


Active Weather Hazards
Linesville PA

353 AM EDT Wed Jun 10 2020

This Hazardous Weather Outlook is for northwest Pennsylvania.

.DAY ONE, Today and tonight.

A squall line of severe thunderstorms will likely develop late this
afternoon into the late evening hours and move across the area from
west to east. SPC has northwest Pennsylvania in a slight risk for
severe weather late this evening. The greatest threat will be
damaging wind gusts up to 60 mph with the squall line. Small hail
may be possible. Frequent cloud to ground lightning will be likely
and localized heavy rainfall will be possible.




Be safe good times and tight lines.🎣

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 2020/06/10 22:14:37 (permalink)
Ixnay the weather ADVISORY NWS now posting a warning.

Warning

1003 PM EDT Wed Jun 10 2020

...A SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 1115 PM EDT
FOR ERIE AND CRAWFORD COUNTIES...

At 1002 PM EDT, severe thunderstorms were located along a line
extending from near Girard to near Harmonsburg, moving northeast at
35 mph.

HAZARD, 60 mph wind gusts and penny size hail.

SOURCE, Radar indicated.

IMPACT, Expect damage to trees and power lines.

Locations impacted include...
Erie, Meadville, Conneaut, Corry, Edinboro, Titusville, North East,
Union City, Girard, Cambridge Springs, Waterford, Albion, Linesville,
Wattsburg, Adamsville, Pymatuning Central, Riceville, Harmonsburg,
Guys Mills and Pymatuning North.


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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