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Inland Lake Fishing / catfish
« on: June 28, 2012, 10:56:29 AM »
any place within an hour from gwinn or MQT that a guy could catch some catfish?

Inland Lake Fishing / good gill action
« on: May 13, 2012, 10:14:01 PM »
had a good weekend got out to do some bluegill fishing caught 22 total two that were 11inches or bigger the biggest was 11.25in and weighed 1.21lbs my biggest gill ever all fish  were 9 inches or bigger seen some crapies ready to spawn and a few were already spawning water was 62 degrees at surface and even found some that was 68 degrees in a shallow bay(where I caught most of my fish).


Off Topic / warrior relief fund memorial day walk
« on: May 08, 2012, 07:35:36 PM »
thought I would share this great event
this is a walk of rememberance for all those in the armed forces who paid the ultimate sacrifice.
its on memorial day starts at lower harbor in marquette walk for I think a mile and a half then pause for a moment of silence and walk back.
its the second year they are doing this last year we had over 200 hundred people and we are trying to have even more this year there is no cost and anyone can do it.  they will acept donations on the day of the walk and buisnesses can buy signs to be placed along the route. all this money goes to the warrior relief fund that helps local soldiers who get hurt. if you have questions or need info let me know.

thanks Mike

Inland Lake Fishing / water temps
« on: May 06, 2012, 11:35:30 PM »
I know water temps vary by lake but anyone been on an inland lakes in the gwinn/marquette latley? Just wondering where they as far as warming up. I havent been able to check myself because I have been too busy past couple of weekends

thanks, Mike

Trout/Salmon / yellow Dog
« on: May 02, 2012, 06:22:45 AM »
heading up to the yellow dog today to enjoy natures beauty and hopefully catch brokies all day long hope the rain doesnt last to long.

Boat and Tackle Setups / should I be concerned?
« on: May 01, 2012, 09:13:10 PM »
I bought a 1996 mercury 2 stroke oil injected 40hp motor a couple months ago and have used it maybe 10 times so far this year. the motor is in excelent shape  and runs great once warmed up but everytime I get out on the water it takes about 5 or 6 times trying to start it with the neutral switch ingaged before it will run once I have it started and it warms up it runs good and starts easier the rest of the day. my question is this normal or is this a sign of something not right? is there anything I should check or look into to get this thing to fire right up or does this just come with the territory? Just trying to make sure I catch anything sooner than later and take care of her right any input would be greatly appreciated.

thanks Mike

Boat and Tackle Setups / new software for fish finders
« on: April 10, 2012, 04:37:05 PM »

Not sure if you guys have heard of this but it seems like this will be a great thing for those of you who kep a log of fishing details. With this it will store weather patterns barometri pressure and other details for you in your fish finder

Off Topic / really cool new tool
« on: April 09, 2012, 08:54:15 PM »

Not sure if you guys have heard of this but it seems like this will be a great thing for those of who kep a log of fishing details.

Lake Superior / suckers
« on: April 06, 2012, 12:14:34 AM »
are the suckers thick in any rivers around marquette right now. I would like to catch some but would like to wait untill they are in pretty good.

Inland Lake Fishing / getting out
« on: April 06, 2012, 12:11:57 AM »
has anyone been getting out on inland lakes?
I have been doing pretty well on lake trout last couple of weekends
water temps at the surfce were 41 degrees

Off Topic / important!!!!
« on: March 07, 2012, 08:41:02 AM »
seen this on another site pretty easy to voice your opinion.

Important time sensitive issues:
FCC extends comment period on GPS decision to March 16
Comment Period for Cormorant Management ends April 6
Here are two issues that are of importance to us in the Great Lakes region, issues that could impact our fishery resources and
our GPS finding capability. Your action is important on both.
Dan Thomas, President
Great Lakes Sport Fishing Council
FCC extends comment period on GPS decision to March 16
BoatUS recently cautioned that America's boaters weren't out of the woods yet with the possibility of the country's sole electronic
navigation system failing as the result of radio signal interference issues from a newly proposed cellular broadband network.
The Federal Communications Commission extended the public comment period to the network's proposed builder, LightSquared,
allowing comments through March 16. Boaters and all users of GPS are urged to submit comments to the FCC to ensure that the
nation's system of global positioning devices keeps Americans safely on course.
Here is how to file comments to the FCC through its online comment form:
Click here for the FCC online Comment form: http://apps.fcc.gov/ecfs/hotdocket/list
•Select ?Proceeding Number 11-109.?
•Enter contact information.
•In the box that says ?Type in or paste your brief comments,?here are some points to select from:
•Explain how you use GPS in your life —on the water, on land or in the air.
•What would happen to your business/personal life if GPS became unavailable or unreliable?
•Wireless broadband service is important, but it should not come at the expense of GPS.
•All of the studies show that LightSquared's proposed network would cause interference and that there are no remedies.
•Tell the FCC that you rely on it to protect the integrity of the GPS signal and that you support its recommendation to stop
LightSquared's current proposal.
•Click ?Continue.?
•If the review page is correct, click ?Confirm.?
Comment Period for Cormorant Management ends April 6
Click here to submit comments: http://www.regulations.gov/#!searchR...2011-0033%252B
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service is requesting public comments to guide the preparation of a Supplemental Environmental Impact
Statement related to revising regulations governing the management of Double-crested Cormorants.
USFWS requesting input
These latest comments will update the original 2003 Final Environmental Impact Statement (FEIS): Double-crested cormorant
management in the United States (USFWS 2003, 208 pp). USFWS is requesting comments to help them determine future national
policy for effective management of double-crested cormorant populations in the United States.
One group, the Lake Huron Citizens Fishery Advisory Committee is supporting the Michigan DNR’s recommendation to amend the
2003 Final Environmental Impact Statement to incorporate a regional approach. Managing the cormorant population at the Flyway
level ensures that the cormorant population is protected and significantly increases efficiency and flexibility for the action agencies
(State fish and wildlife agencies, federally recognized Tribes and State Directors of USDA Aphis Wildlife Services). The cormorant
take for each state would be determined by discussions between the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and each Flyway Council with the
goal of each State maintaining breeding cormorant abundance above minimum thresholds while reducing bureaucratic hindrances
within each State.
The regional approach would allow management activities to be spread over wider areas within and between States. Especially
troublesome is managing a colony that crosses state or national boundaries. The regional approach would allow for better coordination
of efforts resulting in more effective treatments at lower costs. This new system would allow the States to focus efforts over a larger
area and in zones located at a distance from the treated colonies and to react immediately to quickly developing problems caused by
migrating or far foraging colony birds.
Each State would determine a cormorant management goal and conduct ongoing monitoring to ensure that minimum population
threshold levels are maintained and the States’goals for cormorant management are being achieved.
Current management regulations
Under current regulations, cormorant control activities are conducted annually at the local level by individuals or agencies operating
under USFWS depredation permits, the existing Aquaculture Depredation Order, or the existing Public Resource Depredation Order.
The depredation orders are scheduled to expire on June 30, 2014. This analysis and your comments will aide the USFWS in updating
the 2003 Final Environmental Impact Statement: Double-crested Cormorant Management in the United States.
Electronic comments via http://www.regulations.gov must be submitted by 11:59 p.m. Eastern Time on April 6, 2012. Comments
submitted by mail must be postmarked no later than April 6, 2012.
You may also submit your comments by U.S. Mail to:
Public Comments Processing, Attn: FWS–R9–MB–2011–0033;
Division of Policy and Directives Management; USFWS,
4401 North Fairfax Drive, Suite 222
Arlington, VA 22203–1610.
Comments submitted by fax or e-mail will NOT be accepted
Support Documents
1. Latest Revision Date, Federal Register Revision to Comment period, January 27, 2012
http://www.fws.gov/policy/library/2012/2012-1807.pdf (One page)
2. Federal Register, November 8, 2011 Notice Cormorant Management, future mgmt policy
http://www.fws.gov/policy/library/2011/2011-28755.pdf (Six pages)
3. Original USFWS Final Environment Impact Statement –Cormorant Management, 2003 (208 pp)
Submit your comments, click here: http://www.regulations.gov/#!searchR...WS-R9-MB-2011-

Boat and Tackle Setups / is Tach neccesary
« on: February 15, 2012, 08:14:16 AM »
I was wondering your guys opinions if a tach is that important. I never had one on my boat before and now that I'm re-powering I am debating on weather or not I should have one installed new motor is a 50 merc 4stroke on a 17' sea nymph bass attacker. it seems like I should but some people I have talked to said I don't need it and like I said i did not have one before.

thanks fishfry

Boat and Tackle Setups / mercury
« on: January 31, 2012, 10:20:15 AM »
he guys so ive decided to buy a new outboard thinking of getting a 5ohp 4-stroke efi from mercury. does anbody have anytips on where to go or things I should know before I do this this will be the first time I buy a boat motor as the last one i had came with my boat. thinking of going thru dockside in MQT or fish and hunt in curtis any info you give me will be appreciated as this is a big deal to me as I plan on keeping my setup for a long time after this.

thanks Fish Fry

Classifieds/Buy/Sell / wtb outboard
« on: January 27, 2012, 10:43:51 AM »
looking to buy a outboard for my boat 40-50 hp range long shaft anybody know of one out there? looking to buy before summer looking for one in nice shape maybe only a few years old.

Fish Fry

Ice Fishing / Slab Gill
« on: January 14, 2012, 09:33:09 PM »
only aught 4 gills tonight but one was 10 inches and another was 11inches my biggest gill to date I have caugh lots of tens but never got one over till tonight

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