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Looking for fishing partner in Buffalo area


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I'm new to Buffalo area and was looking for a fishing partner to take me out for a few hours. Due to back sugery I sold my boat last winter and now on dry land for the first time in umpteen years. Got plenty of tackle, gear, and desire. Just don't have the physical ability to launch and run a boat this summer. Thought I could pass on a year of fishing, but after 70+ days a year on the water it's driving me crazy. More than willing to help with gas, bait, etc.
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Shoot me an email at:

itsakeeper (at) ourtownusa (dot) com


I live in Monticello and fish Buffalo, Pulaski, Eagle, Ida, Locke, Cedar, Maple, Sugar, Clearwater and would like to try others I haven't been to yet.

I've got a 16' Crestliner aluminum fishing boat with a 20hp Merc...good enough for 2 people for sure.
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I'm sorry...my mistake...it should be:

itsakeeper (at) ourtownusa (dot) net

I have 3 email accounts and sometimes confuse them...

[This message has been edited by BackHerUp (edited 07-04-2004).]

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hey back her up do you ever catch anything on palaski??? i live almost on it and i never catch anything on it i only catch snakes and little sunnies i was wondering if u knew any good spots out there???

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Wrightcofisher, I Figured anyone who lives within the pulaski lake area can get the pulaski shores membership card. I know if you live in the who's who's area you can be a member to launch your boat at the memberships private access. where the dnr stock the fish but too bad if you don't live in thier private little hood. I have lake memberships at other lakes just to help the lake group in projects that help us all.
ie(access clean-ups, doing water quality readings,and spray for milfoil.) I fish pulaski and yes it has lots fo small pike.
But if people would keep some of those fish it may help. If your looking to catch walleye your best bet is fish the weed lines and in-side the weeds with 4in. minnows and bigger. SORRY GUYS, I also live in Buffalo and that Pulaski member thing just burns my ***. While the access near the beach is fulled with PWC. Plus have to unhook trailer stinks.
Maybe we might see each other on the water.
Good luck.

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WrightCoFisher...

Was out there last weekend and caught a couple nice walleye.
If you have a lakemap, look at the submerged island and its adjacent flats. Some of the walleyes will hide in the weeds, others will hang deep off the flats in the morning and evening...and venture out in the nightime. It's hard to catch summer weekend walleyes at Pulaski in the day due to the clarity of the water and the absolute ridiculous commotion that takes place in the form of jet skis, water skiers, boats racing and towing floats! It's definitely a night bite! (Or a quiet morning weekday bite!)

[This message has been edited by BackHerUp (edited 07-09-2004).]

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Yeah?
I've never caught walleyes at Pulaski trolling...hooked into some nice fightin' pike though.
Your best bet is a controlled drift in the a.m. with a "cast and retrieve method" (or to jig early in the morning along the weedlines/dropoffs) or to slip-bob in the evening...for Pulaski, that's about it...really simple huh?

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arite thanks man i will try the island i knew where it was but nvr fished there ;/
we just pretty much just trolled around the lake a couple times last time we went.

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