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

Cayuga Lake Tournament, June 24, 2012

Cayuga Lake

Sunday 24 June, 2012

This is our first points tournament of the year.  Cayuga Lake is one of the finger lakes of central New York State.  Located just south of the NYS Thruway, (approx. 10 miles west of Auburn, NY), the lake has a variety of habitat for various fish.

We launched at 6 AM and fished for Continue reading the story "Cayuga Lake Tournament, June 24, 2012"

Fish Line Recycling

What began as a simple request from the NYS Bass Federation to help the New York State Dept. of Conservation (NYS DEC) in maintaining boat launch and public access fishing sites, turned into a commitment to also help the environment. In 2010, we adopted 18 different sites in a 3 county area Onondaga, Oswego, and Cayuga).  At 10 of those sites we Continue reading the story "Fish Line Recycling"

Owasco Lake, June 10,2012

Owasco Lake

Sunday, June 10, 2012

Owasco Lake is located approx. 3.5 miles south of downtown Auburn,NY.

This is our second paper tournament of the year.  A paper tournament allows us to catch our bass, measure them and return them to the water.  The boater and non-boater records each others measurements.  In another week it will be legal to keep Continue reading the story "Owasco Lake, June 10,2012"

Redfield Reservoir, May 20, 2012

Redfield Reservoir

May 20, 2012

     This is our first tournament of the year. This is a paper tournament, which means that all fish caught are measured and then released to be caught another day. Those bass that are over 12 inches in length, are recorded on paper and count towards that anglers catch of the 5 best fish.  At this Continue reading the story "Redfield Reservoir, May 20, 2012"

Earth and Canal Day Clean Up

Earth and Canal Day Clean Up

April 21, 2012

      On a rainy day, members of our Jr. Club along with several members of our club went to the town of Clay to assist in the clean up of trash along Oak Orchard Rd. and the shore line of Oneida River.

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