Post Archives from the ‘Good Ole Boys Bass Club of CNY’ Category

2012 Fish line Recycling Program Continues

           Our members for the 3rd year in a row, continued with their conservation efforts.  We partnered with Boat/US and sponsors of our club and placed fish line recycling tubes at various fishing and boat launch locations.

            With 18 fish line recycling tubes placed through out the central New York area, members collected 3 lbs. Continue reading the story "2012 Fish line Recycling Program Continues"

Club Classic, Day 2, Oneida Lake, October 14,2012

Club Classic

Day # 2

Oneida Lake

Sunday, October 14, 2012

This is day # 2 of our two day classic event.  Day #1 was on Owasco Lake.  Today we are on Oneida Lake, a lake that is noted for it's diverse fisheries. This lake has seen a number of different tournaments on it from the Continue reading the story "Club Classic, Day 2, Oneida Lake, October 14,2012"

Club Classic, Day 1 on Owasco Lake, October 13, 2012

Club Classic

Owasco Lake

Day 1

Our club classic is a two day event.  To fish this event, you have to be a member of our club and have fished five regular season points tournaments.  This year we started day one on Owasco Lake.  Owasco is a few miles south of Auburn, NY and is one of our smaller finger lakes.  It's Continue reading the story "Club Classic, Day 1 on Owasco Lake, October 13, 2012"

Skaneateles Lake Sept. 23,2012

Skaneatles Lake

Sunday, 23 Sept. 2012

Partners Tournament

As our tournament season begins to wind down, we made our way to Skaneateles Lake.  Located approx. 20 miles SE of Syracuse, NY; Skaneateles Lake is one of the "finger lakes", noted for crystal clear water.  This lake supplies the drinking water for Syracuse and we have fished this lake many times Continue reading the story "Skaneateles Lake Sept. 23,2012"

Little Sodus Bay, Sept. 9, 2012

Little Sodus Bay

Fair Haven, NY

Sunday, Sept. 9, 2012

  As we begin to wind down our season, we fished Little Sodus Bay which is located along Lake Ontario.  We usually fish this body of water which has large mouth bass and allows our anglers to have access to other nearby bays for fishing and Lake Ontario for small mouths.   Weather:  The day Continue reading the story "Little Sodus Bay, Sept. 9, 2012"