Wednesday, March 29th, 2023
Wednesday, March 29th, 2023

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July 9, 2009

Siren Area

The severe cold front last week took the edge off of the fishing, and the interest in fishing. Up until then, the action had been good for all species. The best thing going on last week was channel catfish action on the Clam River. Everything will kick back in again once the weather warms up, …

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Record brookie a work of art for Yacovella

Utica, N.Y. – Tom Yacovella’s love affair with brook trout goes well beyond fishing for New York’s state fish. The well-known Utica (Oneida County) wildlife artist, in addition to his passionate pursuit of brook trout with rod and reel, counts brookies among his favorite subjects when he puts paint to canvas. Now Yacovella has another

Beaver Dam Area

The perch came out on Beaver Dam Lake during the hot weather. Lots of nice, big bluegills also were caught on Beaver Dam. The same pattern emerged on Fox Lake at the same time. The perch and bluegill action continued into last week’s cold spell, but the good news is that the cooler temperatures brought

Western New York

Lake Erie and tributaries: Bass fishing on Lake Erie has been decent of late. Best depth for bass fishing was 35 to 40 feet of water. Lots of perch were still around, too. Walleye fishing has started to pick up a bit for trollers. Drifters around the round house at the head of the river

Despite DEC ruling, AR backers push on

Grahamsville, N.Y. – Antler restriction supporters, stunned by DEC’s decision to scrap a plan to expand those regulations into more wildlife management units, say they’ll continue their efforts to have three-points-a-side regulations enacted. “This decision has strengthened the group’s resolve, and we will push forward with modernizing deer management practices such as protecting yearling bucks

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