Introductions and The Meeting Ground

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RE: Introductions and The Meeting Ground 2008/09/07 09:59:56 (permalink)
Sounds like fun
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RE: Introductions and The Meeting Ground 2008/09/08 17:12:52 (permalink)
I think Perch is callin me nutty ?!?! .... Anyways welcome to the site - like Perch said there's a great bunch here ....

Welcome aboard Charlie !!!!!

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RE: Introductions and The Meeting Ground 2008/09/20 19:56:31 (permalink)
HI
Iam STRIPER2 
Just found This Site , I Like Striper Fish`n Most, Then King Salmon/Lakers/ Then, Bowhunting/ Ice-fishing/ THEN start Over @ STRIPER FISHING Again.
Hope Everyone Has A Great Fall Fishing/Hunting Season. 
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RE: Introductions and The Meeting Ground 2008/09/20 23:41:20 (permalink)
striper2, Hi Welcome to the SITE!!!! I think we some how know each other!!! This is a GREAT Site with some Great People!!! I know you will fit right IN!!! Guys if this is who I think it is his a Smart ****!!!!  LOL Just Kidding!!!  PS: striper2 check out the Synder Lake Threads, It's too bad you did find us sooner!!!
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RE: Introductions and The Meeting Ground 2008/12/24 18:37:54 (permalink)
Hi, I'm Wisdom (Will to most) got 42 years under my belt; live in Saratoga Springs but fish all over NY State for Trout, Salmon, Bass, Walleye and Pike depending on the season. I mostly practice catch and release but will keep one on occasion (Especially Walleye). Pic is of a 25lbs 6oz (Female) Chinook Salmon I caught (and released) in October on a tributary of the Salmon River near Pulaski, NY. Look forward to reading and posting....Cheers
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RE: Introductions and The Meeting Ground 2009/02/20 11:51:49 (permalink)
I can do that for a living! I have enough experience, honest cross my heart
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RE: Introductions and The Meeting Ground 2009/03/10 01:53:10 (permalink)
Hi to all,
I just found this site while doing a search. My name is mike. I live in Stephentown NY. Grew up in Berkshire Co. MA. I am 46, retired postal worker. I love to fish most anything mostly fresh water, Bass, Walleye, Pike, Panfish, Trout, Stripers, Well you get the idea. I grew up in MA so am still exploring local waters. Got a Lund Alaskan 21 FT last Nov used it a little can't wait for ice out this year. Well I got some lurking and exploring to do around this site. Catch ya all later.
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RE: Introductions and The Meeting Ground 2009/03/10 03:19:45 (permalink)
Mike, Welcome to a great Site!!!! We have some great people here that love to fish and party together!!! Check out some of your Parties!!!!  http://forums.fishusa.com/THE_SNYDERS_LAKE_SHINDIG_PAGE/m_104543/tm.htm  http://forums.fishusa.com/A_day_of_fun_%40_Snyders_%21/m_168526/tm.htm 
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RE: Introductions and The Meeting Ground 2009/03/10 09:29:53 (permalink)
ORIGINAL: mcasefish

Hi to all,
I just found this site while doing a search. My name is mike. I live in Stephentown NY. Grew up in Berkshire Co. MA. I am 46, retired postal worker. I love to fish most anything mostly fresh water, Bass, Walleye, Pike, Panfish, Trout, Stripers, Well you get the idea. I grew up in MA so am still exploring local waters. Got a Lund Alaskan 21 FT last Nov used it a little can't wait for ice out this year. Well I got some lurking and exploring to do around this site. Catch ya all later.
Welcome aboard mate....
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RE: Introductions and The Meeting Ground 2009/03/10 19:28:57 (permalink)
Checked out those pics, looks like all had a great time. Some really good pics, that musta been one heck of a BonFire....
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RE: Introductions and The Meeting Ground 2009/03/10 19:55:57 (permalink)
Hey Mike - Welcome aboard !!! Your gonna meet a lot of great people here !!! 
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RE: Introductions and The Meeting Ground 2009/03/10 20:09:19 (permalink)
Welcome, welcome, welcome... another local . i'm just a little furthur up the road in columbia co.
jump in and join in the great outdoors
   
                                Peace & Tuna

"whats that smell like fish oh baby" .. J. Kaukonen
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RE: Introductions and The Meeting Ground 2009/04/17 21:49:12 (permalink)
I must be in the right place, I see all the best kinda people are here. "fishermen"
Hi all, I'm Steve, I came to NY, from Louisiana  for a two week job and never left, LOL Great place here wonderfull people and love the outdoors here. Love any kinda fishin at 52 I've done most. I have come to realy enjoy relaxing with a pole or two and catchin crappies, panfish. Just havent found any cypress trees to fish around, If any could point out some good crappie lakes, I'd be happier than rabbit dog on a hot trail.
I live in central NY a little town called millbrook. Thanks fellas an fishin gals.
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RE: Introductions and The Meeting Ground 2009/04/17 22:34:47 (permalink)
Mr Jigs, ah what a fitting name for a pan fisher .. Welcome aboard. Feel free to ask questions , oh wait you already did (lol). Share your experiences which I'm sure are plenty and hopefully get out with some of us groupies and kick a few fishes back...
as for those slabers, Perch is the man for that. I have been a trout bum most my life but Perch shown me what real fish should taste like.
Sometimes he is a man of few words but when he speaks listen up.
Again Welcome to the East USA

                                                 Peace & Tuna
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RE: Introductions and The Meeting Ground 2009/04/18 08:54:07 (permalink)
Thank you for the welcome Hot Tuna. Look forward to great season of fishing and new friends. best of luck to all of you this year. 
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RE: Introductions and The Meeting Ground 2009/04/18 11:10:48 (permalink)
Welcome Aboard Mate. Pretty good group of people here with lots of knowledge. Look forward to seeing what you bring to the table.
 
     Tight Lines Mate....Cheers 

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RE: Introductions and The Meeting Ground 2009/04/18 18:29:45 (permalink)
Mr.Jig, Welcome to ONE of the BEST sites on the net!!!!

Monster PERCH Rulz!!!
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RE: Introductions and The Meeting Ground 2009/04/19 09:02:37 (permalink)
Welcome aboard Mr Jig ... just in time for fishing season
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RE: Introductions and The Meeting Ground 2009/04/19 20:55:18 (permalink)
Welcome to our neck of the woods .... Good luck this season !
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RE: Introductions and The Meeting Ground 2009/05/10 16:54:41 (permalink)
I just joined today.  I have a Ragin Cajun 1994 19' bass boat and fish as much as I can.  I would love to find out how to start a Northern NY Forum for areas north of Syracuse NY.  I have replied to a few forums today and added pics in the gallery.  Good to meet you all.  I am all about Northern Pike and Musky's and Bass.  Everything else is gravy.
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RE: Introductions and The Meeting Ground 2009/05/10 18:00:48 (permalink)
ORIGINAL: Ragincajun94

I just joined today.  I have a Ragin Cajun 1994 19' bass boat and fish as much as I can.  I would love to find out how to start a Northern NY Forum for areas north of Syracuse NY.  I have replied to a few forums today and added pics in the gallery.  Good to meet you all.  I am all about Northern Pike and Musky's and Bass.  Everything else is gravy.
Welcome aboard mate. The FishSalmonRiver.com Discussion Board kinda covers that area north of Syracuse up in Oswego County area, at least some of it. It is listed under the New York Boards. salmontrutta is the moderator there; I'm sure if you drop him a PM he can tell you better what it covers. Like going after them toothy critters myself especially during hard water.
    Again Welcome Aboard, cheers

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RE: Introductions and The Meeting Ground 2009/05/10 19:08:19 (permalink)
You got me there.  I was hoping for the area even more north beyond Watertown but thought I would go as far as Syracuse.  However, those areas you mentioned are still very south of watertown.  Maybe however we can include it.  I just know I have a lot of fun stories I would love to share this year as I fish with my bass boat among lakes and rivers in my area.
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RE: Introductions and The Meeting Ground 2009/05/10 19:52:23 (permalink)
ORIGINAL: Ragincajun94

You got me there.  I was hoping for the area even more north beyond Watertown but thought I would go as far as Syracuse.  However, those areas you mentioned are still very south of watertown.  Maybe however we can include it.  I just know I have a lot of fun stories I would love to share this year as I fish with my bass boat among lakes and rivers in my area.
To be honest most of us would love to hear them. While this is Eastern NY most of us will travel all over to get a line wet given the opportunity. North, South, East and West if it swims we'll fish for it.
                       Tight Lines Mate...Cheers

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RE: Introductions and The Meeting Ground 2009/05/10 20:04:16 (permalink)
welcome dude, this is really THE best forum, hope you enjoy
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RE: Introductions and The Meeting Ground 2009/05/10 20:23:55 (permalink)
Thanks blitz42.  Any time we get to chat with people who have the same passion as us like fishin...life is good.  Appreciate the welcome and can't wait to get more time to read and write more.
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RE: Introductions and The Meeting Ground 2009/05/11 08:50:18 (permalink)
Ragincajun94, Welcome to the BEST Fishing site on the NET!!!!!!!  Some Real Great People here!!!! Enjoy!!!!!!

Monster PERCH Rulz!!!
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RE: Introductions and The Meeting Ground 2009/05/11 18:32:58 (permalink)
Ragin:

The spot you want to hit is Black Lake, as that has great bass, walleye, pike and crappies according to my fishing buddy from PA.  He goes up there for the whole month of May and says it is the best lake in New York for those species.
Haven't been there my self, but I'm sure there are others on this site that can give you some ideas about Black Lake.

Eagle Ed
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RE: Introductions and The Meeting Ground 2009/05/11 19:30:49 (permalink)
 
Cajun: Welcome to the forum... The Best there is ? Is there such a thing ? Well I would say we are a good group of Merry Pranksters who have a common interest in the great fishing New York has to offer us. That alone has taken us on a journey of making new friends and some awesome times together. What a ride so far..... While I understand you are away from the "local eastern" area Please join in on the forum and share your life happening outdoors experiences. I am always about learning & sharing.
It's a small world and we at some point will all share water together...

Peace & Tuna

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RE: Introductions and The Meeting Ground 2009/05/12 00:08:33 (permalink)
Hey Cajun!  You name it, and someone on this board fishes for it...
 
I think it's safe to say that pretty much every Upstate species is pretty well covered by at least ONE guy here.
 
But in truth, it is probably more like MOST of them!  Hope we all get a chance to cross paths and get a few boats together sometime this summer.  It tends to happen on occassion with this gang!

"I love fishing. You put that line in the water and you don't know what's on the other end. Your imagination is under there" -Robert Altman
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RE: Introductions and The Meeting Ground 2009/05/12 04:36:21 (permalink)
Cajun...i am an ATC grad!.............now that thr statute of limitations has expired i will admit to being a poor college student and taking walleye out of season in the Grasse River....we always ate well each spring!
 
You know Brian Norton?..i also know a bunch of Ogdensburgers....
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