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Ken

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  1. I just tried both again and still, neither work. The birthdays go to another screen, but there is nothing there. When I go to the events and click on the event I get a pop up that says "Open File", and when I click on that, a page comes up that states "Outlook cannot log on. Verify you are connected to the network and are using the proper server..........etc. etc" Obviously I am connected to the network and the server has never changed.
  2. Two questions on the Calendar. 1. When trying to open the 9/25/21 CCC 2021 and the 10/16/21 NY Fall Fish In on the calendar, neither one will open up. 2. Has the "Birthdays Option" on the calendar been deleted, or is it just not working?
  3. That's a surprise! With that amount of experienced carp anglers on the St Lawrence giving it all they had, you'd think there would have been some mid 30's (at least) sprinkled in there.
  4. Ken

    Design

    Fanny, welcome to CAG. Very interesting recipe! Can this be used as a pack bait for commons, or just electronic carp?
  5. Join up. It's well worth it!
  6. Will be interesting. Hopefully smoother.
  7. Ken

    Members Listing

    Agreed. And when you do get on the current 'members list' available here, it you have to click through it page by page starting with the "A's". After getting in a few pages a page comes up which says "wait several seconds before continuing your search". The several seconds doesn't happen and you (I) can't get into the list any further.
  8. My wife finished a year of chemo and radiation last fall and I know how evil this disease is. I give my sincere best wishes to Phone and his family.
  9. Better get down to Tractor Supply for their Rancher's Layaway Plan.
  10. Just heard on the news this morning the demand for corn is soaring and so are the prices. The price is up 30%. It is projected to go higher by summer. Now might be a good time to buy an extra bag or two for the rest of the year.
  11. Ken

    Members

    I had trouble finding the list also, and the way I stumbled on the list is probably round-a-bout, but it works: Go to "search" and type in members. Then hit "search again". Now hit the back arrow and another page will come up. On this new page click on "member search". Now, at the lower right will be a blue box with "search members". Click on that and you'll have the list.
  12. Ryan said: "Thanks everyone! Can't wait to get started! Wasn't sure if I should have voted on this one, I'm kind of biased! ๐Ÿ˜…" Of course you should have voted. Biden voted for himself and there certainly wasn't any bias there. Anyway, Congratulations again Ryan. Now we all have to pick up where we left off a year ago and get ourselves rolling again. Make this a memorable season.
  13. Congratulations to all the Canadian fishermen. Now you can get some fishing done. There won't be that much time lost if this is finalized in May. May is when the fishing starts to rock. Anyway, from now until May should give you guys plenty of time to get that 'honey-do' list done and sweeten up the Mrs., so you can shell out all those buck$ for new rods and rod pods.
  14. Congratulations to Ryan and Sam. I have a feeling the peaceful lives of the carp in Region 1 South are about to drastically change under Ryan's leadership.
  15. http://content.govdelivery.com/attachments/fancy_images/NYSDEC/2015/08/586183/decdeliversbanner_original.jpg DEC Delivers - Information to keep you connected and informed from the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation Share or view as a web page || Update preferences or unsubscribe Hudson RiverNet News from the Hudson River Estuary Program DEC Proposes Circle Hook Requirement For 2021 Recreational Striped Bass Fishing Season DEC has released a new proposed regulation for public review and comment that would require the use of circle hooks when recreational fishing for Atlantic striped bass. This proposed regulation would reduce release mortality in recreational striped bass fisheries as required by the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission (ASMFC). Catch-and-release practices contribute significantly to overall fishing mortality in recreational striped bass fisheries and circle hooks work effectively to increase survival. The Atlantic coast-wide harvest of Atlantic striped bass is managed by ASMFC. DEC is accepting public comments on the proposal through Mar. 8, 2021. The proposed regulation includes all New York State waters where recreational fishing for Atlantic striped bass occurs, including coastal waters of Long Island and New York City, the Delaware River, and the Hudson River to the Federal Dam in Troy, New York. The full text of the proposed regulation can be found on DEC's website. Comments on the proposed circle hook regulation should be sent by March 8, 2021 to fw.marine@dec.ny.gov or by mail to: Division of Marine Resources, 205 N. Belle Mead Rd. Suite 1, East Setauket, NY 11733. After reviewing public comments, DEC will be adopting and publishing a final regulation. The open seasons and size limits striped bass in all New York waters have not changed for 2021.
  16. Yes, I'll raise my glass to that poem. A couple of times! Tenyson may have written it in 1850, but it reads like it was written yesterday. Very apt. Here's wishing everyone a much happier and smoother new year.
  17. Ken

    Can Not Reply

    Yes. I automatically go to the forum when I log on, am automatically logged in, and can always reply. In this case, in Adam's thread, there isn't even a place to reply.
  18. Why is it that in Adam Tomlin's post of 12/18/20 "Record Mirror Carp", I am not able to reply, but others can?
  19. I'll ditto those sentiments. Here's wishing all you guys (and ladies) and your families a Merry Christmas. Have a happy and safe day. <:///><
  20. Ken

    Permission Denied

    It will open now. Thanks.
  21. I tried to open yesterday's post by Savayman entitled NACA Q3 2020 and was told "You do not have permission to read this post" The error code is 2F173/H. Why don't I have permission to open the posting? Ken
  22. Here is a NYSDEC newsletter on fishing. At the bottom is the website where you can request a particular topic you would like them to cover. Everyone of us, regardless of what state we live in, should take this opportunity to request hearing about our sport. http://content.govdelivery.com/attachments/fancy_images/NYSDEC/2015/08/586183/decdeliversbanner_original.jpg DEC Delivers - Information to keep you connected and informed from the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation Share or view as a web page || Update preferences or unsubscribe The Fishing Line - October 9th Edition This Week's Topics Our Newsletter has a Name! DEC Fisheries Needs Your Input Lake Erie Steelhead: Fall Fishing Forecast Improved Access to Chenango River Invasive Species Removal Projects on Long Island Our Newsletter Has a Name! The Freshwater Fishing and Boating Newsletter is now โ€œThe Fishing Line.โ€ Our name may have changed but delivering interesting, informative news on freshwater fishing, boating, and fisheries management in New York hasn't! Want to us cover a particular topic? Let us know by emailing fwfish@dec.ny.gov.
  23. For all of you that have been around here for awhile, you will remember Scott Osmond. Here is an American Carp Society interview with him that you will find interesting. http://podcast.americancarpsociety.com/828574/5198350-the-american-carper-episode-7-the-scott-osmond-interview-with-sean-manning
  24. Here are the names and stories of the fishermen who "started" our sport, and added to it through the years. Most of you will recognize many of them. https://carpworldmagazine.com/carp-fishing-hall-of-fame
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