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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS
« Reply #6480 on: Mar 15, 2021, 08:17 PM »
By the way.... I was thinking about a fish I’d add to my list today. I’d have to add perch,  again to that list!!😁
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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS
« Reply #6481 on: Mar 15, 2021, 08:23 PM »
By the way.... I was thinking about a fish I’d add to my list today. I’d have to add perch,  again to that list!!😁

they ain't that good KP you'd be better off fishing for  sheephead and  white perch

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS
« Reply #6482 on: Mar 16, 2021, 05:05 AM »
Anybody ever try sheephead? I know it sounds nasty eating those slimy things but it might be worth a try once.

Also, did anybody catch a burbot this winter? I did not.

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS
« Reply #6483 on: Mar 16, 2021, 05:20 AM »
Satellite image showing where the open water was earlier this year. It will be interesting to see if that opens up first.




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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS
« Reply #6484 on: Mar 16, 2021, 05:31 AM »
Also, did anybody catch a burbot this winter? I did not.

My wife caught one out in front of chapman this year

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS
« Reply #6485 on: Mar 16, 2021, 05:37 AM »
they ain't that good KP you'd be better off fishing for  sheephead and  white perch
sheepshead I haven’t tried...white perch are for the garden bud!! 😁
Anybody ever try sheephead? I know it sounds nasty eating those slimy things but it might be worth a try once.

Also, did anybody catch a burbot this winter? I did not.
First winter in some time I didn’t catch one.
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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS
« Reply #6486 on: Mar 16, 2021, 06:37 AM »
I may try one this spring. Here in Fl. The Drum are spitting images of them, maybe not looked upon as favorably as a Pompano but above a Whiting. 

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS
« Reply #6487 on: Mar 16, 2021, 06:40 AM »
Our fresh water drum are very good eating but for their size you don’t get much meat I have eaten some smaller ones under 5 pounds that compared to eyes

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS
« Reply #6488 on: Mar 16, 2021, 06:50 AM »
Salt water sheep’s head taste great. A couple from the Gulf of Mexico..   ;D ;D






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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS
« Reply #6489 on: Mar 16, 2021, 07:55 AM »
Shallow water usually has slot  to  do with the black dots .... However I have never seen them.in crappies .....
Not exactly true there is black spot disease which isn’t Harmful to the fish (humans I don’t know) but all fish can get it crappies included it’s from kingfishers poop and biomagnification shallow weedy lakes can get worms and parasites in the fish fillets tho can’t see them until you cut the fish usually and the intestines or fillets are filled

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS
« Reply #6490 on: Mar 16, 2021, 07:58 AM »
I may try one this spring. Here in Fl. The Drum are spitting images of them, maybe not looked upon as favorably as a Pompano but above a Whiting.
Black drum they are little different but they are good eating just watch for worms in those also lol

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS
« Reply #6491 on: Mar 16, 2021, 08:03 AM »
By the way.... I was thinking about a fish I’d add to my list today. I’d have to add perch,  again to that list!!😁

I think I can help with your supply, give it about a week.

BTW, I got the boat out Sunday, spent an hour freeing up the launch to get the boat in. 

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS
« Reply #6492 on: Mar 16, 2021, 08:17 AM »
 Back in the old days my son brought a buddy (Tony) to camp with us for some fishing. Well Tony caught a sheep and wanted to keep it and eat it. So I showed the boys how to fillet it and mom did the cooking honors. When that fish hit the hot oil it curled right up, thought it was going to jump out of the pan! Anyway the kids mentality was that they caught it and where damn well going to eat it. The boys actually enjoyed it and cleaned their plates. They did say it was a little rubbery. Long story short Tony loved everything about fishing and I wish I could of taken him out more often. Tony ended up getting messed up with heroin and died of an overdose. Man that kid loved to fish, what a waste. This was years ago, and I'm glad to say my son is now a college grad, business owner and an avid fly fisherman.

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS
« Reply #6493 on: Mar 16, 2021, 07:50 PM »
Last few days on my way home through Brewerton  I’ve seen anglers in shacks fishing in the channel, not too far from open water.😳😳😳😳
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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS
« Reply #6494 on: Mar 17, 2021, 05:41 AM »
Back in the old days my son brought a buddy (Tony) to camp with us for some fishing. Well Tony caught a sheep and wanted to keep it and eat it. So I showed the boys how to fillet it and mom did the cooking honors. When that fish hit the hot oil it curled right up, thought it was going to jump out of the pan! Anyway the kids mentality was that they caught it and where damn well going to eat it. The boys actually enjoyed it and cleaned their plates. They did say it was a little rubbery. Long story short Tony loved everything about fishing and I wish I could of taken him out more often. Tony ended up getting messed up with heroin and died of an overdose. Man that kid loved to fish, what a waste. This was years ago, and I'm glad to say my son is now a college grad, business owner and an avid fly fisherman.
Weird to see but fish curl when they hit the pan cuz the fish is actually too fresh rigimortis or nerves still acting it is if you wait ten hours give or take no curling of the fillet

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS
« Reply #6495 on: Mar 17, 2021, 07:24 AM »
Rugburn sorry to hear about your son's friend ,it's an awful disease. Glad your son is doing good. Hopefully see you out this summer.

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS
« Reply #6496 on: Mar 17, 2021, 07:26 AM »
 That fish was only an hour out of water, you're probably right! Just like eating venison that hasn't been cooled. No Bueno.

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS
« Reply #6497 on: Mar 17, 2021, 07:37 AM »
Thanks XC, I'll be out in your neighborhood soon. I'll look for the tan colored Toon! I'm running a black Lund these days.

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS
« Reply #6498 on: Mar 17, 2021, 09:51 AM »
Rugburn we will be the only tan toon out there lol. Unfortunately mom passed away last fall but the wife and I were able to buy the house so you have permission to fish inside the floating posted signs.

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS
« Reply #6499 on: Mar 17, 2021, 11:09 AM »
So sorry to hear of your Moms passing, prayers sent XC. God Bless....

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS
« Reply #6500 on: Mar 17, 2021, 01:02 PM »
 I caught some ocean Drum off southern Jersey once. The wife made a fish chowder with it and it was pretty good. Not sure how they compair to a fresh water drum ,but I think I'll pass

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS
« Reply #6501 on: Mar 17, 2021, 01:14 PM »
Sorry about your loss XC. I was in your shoes a couple years ago and it isnt enjoyable in the least. Thinking of you and your family

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS
« Reply #6502 on: Mar 17, 2021, 02:27 PM »
XC sorry about your mom my prayers to you and family

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS
« Reply #6503 on: Mar 17, 2021, 02:40 PM »

 XC600 Sorry to hear of your loss
 

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS
« Reply #6504 on: Mar 17, 2021, 02:59 PM »
While looking at the Chapman Park web cam I notice it looked like part of the hand rail on the peer was missing.  Ran the time laps and see they took most of the railing off.  What are they doing to the peer?  Does anyone know?

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS
« Reply #6505 on: Mar 17, 2021, 03:00 PM »
 Well went across 81 south and noticed the guys were still fishing in Brewerton on the main  sheet ,
 

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS
« Reply #6506 on: Mar 17, 2021, 05:33 PM »
XC, My condolences to you and your family.

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS
« Reply #6507 on: Mar 17, 2021, 06:37 PM »
XC600 Sorry to hear of your loss

X2 - prayers sent.

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS
« Reply #6508 on: Mar 17, 2021, 06:40 PM »
Thanks fellas she really loved Oneida Lake. Hope everyone has a great year!

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Re: ONEIDA LAKE DIEHARDS
« Reply #6509 on: Mar 17, 2021, 06:57 PM »
Well went across 81 south and noticed the guys were still fishing in Brewerton on the main  sheet ,
they’ve been there for days.... I bet there on a hot perch bite!!!🤨
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