The 6th points tournament of the season took place at Port Bay. This was a team tournament where the top boater in points and the co-angler lowest in points were teamed up. The 2nd place boater with the co-angler the 2nd lowest points, and so on until all participating anglers are teamed up. At the end of the day Chris Sperling and Wayne Parker brought … Continue reading the story "Port Bay Team Tournament – August 18th 2019"
Post Archives from the ‘Good Ole Boys Bass Club of CNY’ Category
On June 16th 2019 the #Goodoleboysbassclub took to the waters of Little Sodus bay. Little Sodus is a bay on the southern part of Lake Ontario. With all the rain we have had, all the bays of lake Ontario are above flood stage. We used the launch at Fair Haven State Park. With speed limits reduced to 5 mph we … Continue reading the story "June 16th 2019 – Little Sodus Bay – First Points Tournament"
#Goodoleboysbassclub fish their 2nd and final paper tournament of the season at Redfield Reservoir. The anglers were greeted with bluebird skies and air temps close to 80 degrees. The format for this paper tournament was catch, weigh, release at the boat, as many bass 1 pound or better. There were stories of many fish caught that were under 1 pound!! Kevin Schneider caught and score … Continue reading the story "Redfield Reservoir Paper Tournament June 9th 2019"
#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"
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"