#Goodoleboysbassclub held their 1st tournament of the season on Oneida Lake. This was a catch, weigh, release on the boat non-points tournament. We launched out of Oneida Shores with a stiff SE wind. The 8 boats set out to looking to record the best 5 fish each angler could bring to the boat. 5 of the 16 anglers were … Continue reading the story "Oneida Lake Paper Tournament May 19 2019"
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Over the past several years our club sent our tournament results to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Region 7. This information allowed biologists to see the size of winning weights and helps give them insight into the quality of fish caught. This year (2018) members were asked to submit individual results of the total fish that they caught during a tournament. … Continue reading the story "Working with the New York State Department of Enviormental Conservartion"
One of the conservation projects of the Good Ole Boys Bass Club, is our fish line recycling tubes that we have at 5 different locations. Over a one year time period we recovered enough fish line to loosely fill a 5 gal. pail. The fish line is then sent to Berkley (a fish line manufactuing company) where the fish line is turned to plastic fish … Continue reading the story "Fish Line Recycling Tubes"
The clubs final tournament of the season took place on September 22nd at Chaumont Bay. This Early Bird Tournament is the first point tournament for next season. Anglers were greeted with air temperatures in the low 50's after a cold front blew through the evening before. They were also facing a 10-15 mph North wind, which made running out of the a questionable decision. Kevin … Continue reading the story "Early Bird Tournament at Chaumont Bay – 9/22/18"
The clubs end of the season Classic took place on Oneida Lake and Oneida River. Day 1 took Place on Oneida Lake. The bite had been tough for all who spent time pre-fishing. Tournament day showed better results than all the reports. Bill Peck brought a 5 fish limit to the scales that went 16.92 pounds and took the day 1 lead. Chris Sperling caught a … Continue reading the story "2018 GOB Club Classic – Oneida and Onondaga Lakes – Sept. 8 & 9"