Actually the water was dirty due to a big blow they had a couple days before I went. The water in Erie has cleaned up over the years due to the zebra mussels. Lake Erie is the walleye capital of the world and only 2 1/2 hours away. It takes more time to drive there than it does to catch a limit of fish. Im going back on the full moon of this month to troll at night for some big boys. h.h.
I've used a foxpro for years and called in some with it,I just have a hard time being able to see the screen on the remote and wanted something with over 100 yard range,so I switched to the Primos Alpha Dogg. It's got a lot bigger clearer screen on the remote and a range of 200 yards. I only got out once this past season but called 1 in with it in minutes. I've still got the foxpro but doubt I ever use it again,I like the Alpha Dogg a lot better.
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Originally posted by Jeff Valovich: I talked to the Biologist this morning.... it will be at least another month .... jjas, your kinda correct .... this will be the most in depth summary ever...... over 300 pages .... it will have much more details, info from surveys, info from the Fish and Wildlife areas and more ...
I had heard it was going to be very detailed, but I never imagined it would be over 300 pages.
Sounds like the new biologist is trying to be very thorough and transparent.
Originally posted by Pepper1: I was a member for 25 years, right up to the time when they stuck their nose into our deer hunting regulations. They endorsed the use of hpr for deer hunting, which i am opposed to. As the law was written, you can only have 10 rounds of ammo in your possession while deer hunting with a hpr. I saw that as an infringement on my 2nd amendment right to arm myself as i see fit. I can go down to Indy and walk up and down the sidewalk in front of the capital building with my 30.06 and pull a little red wagon filled with 10,000 rounds of ammo. And it is perfectly legal to do so. But come opening day of deer season if i walk out of my back door with 11 rounds of 30.06 ammo, I can be arrested for being in possession of too bullets. I just feel like the nra endorsed a law that infringed on my 2nd amendment right. I just wish that they would stick to protecting our 2nd amendment, and keep their nose out of a states hunting regulations.
The 2nd Amendment has nothing to do with hunting, never has.
If the state wanted to ban the use of all firearms for hunting, they could, and there is nothing we could do about it.