NEW STWA Gear Available

We are proud to announce that we have launched our Official Online Store for all of your STWA Gear. With a wide selection of shirts, pullovers, sweatshirts, pants and hats to choose from for both men and women, there is plenty to choose from. Please remember to check the sizing charts of the item on the page and remember that these are custom embroidered and digitally printed items and all sales are final, there are no returns or refunds. We have a minimum order of items that we need to meet with our vendor and once that amount is reached, items will be printed and shipped out to the address you provided at the time of purchase.

Lastly, we will have printed order forms at the club as well so you can place your order in person. Later this year we will be carrying samples at the club for you to be able to touch, feel and try on. We will continue to look for new items to add over time to meet the needs of our members. We are happy to bring you new items, if there is something that you would like to see in the future, please feel free to contact us and we will add it to our list of items to look into to add to our store later.

"Our communities here in Western New York enjoy and rely on the health of our Great Lakes"


Hamburg, N.Y. (WBEN) - 
Congressman Nick Langworthy (NY-23) was in Hamburg on Wednesday to unveil his first piece of legislation he introduced to the House of Representatives on Tuesday.

The bill titled the "Lakes Before Turbines Act" is part of a promise he made during his campaign to ensure that costly, unreliable, and environmentally harmful wind turbines will never disrupt the shores of Lake Erie.


Read the Entire Story Here on WBEN

Bill Hilts Jr.: Wayne Doan’s big walleye wins Southtowns’ Lake Erie contest

Association’s annual contest for the 35-plus years that he has been a member. It took the biggest walleye he has ever caught to finally take home the $7,000 check for first place with a 12.56-pound walleye. He caught the lucky fish off Buffalo while fishing with his wife, Ann Marie. The pair were trolling out of their 254 Larson Cabrio named “Trickster3” north of Seneca Shoal in 45 feet of water, fishing in the 39th annual contest held June 10-18...

Read the Full Article on the Buffalo News Located Here

Lake Erie Walleye Minimum Size Survey

 

Over the last decade, the Lake Erie walleye population has produced strong hatches resulting in increased numbers of sublegal (< 15 inches) walleye being caught by anglers. Most of Lake Erie’s walleye fishery occurs at depths greater than 30 feet, causing walleye to experience barotrauma. Barotrauma is tissue damage, including bulging eyes and a protruding stomach, caused when fish are reeled up from deep water. DEC is considering lowering the minimum size limit for walleye in Lake Erie from 15 inches to 12 inches. This would provide offshore anglers the option to keep previously sublegal fish that have a very poor chance of survival. This change is expected to result in a modest increase in harvest in some years as well as increased fishing opportunities for shore and harbor anglers.

Taking this very short survey will help us determine if a 12 inch minimum size is an acceptable option for Lake Erie walleye anglers.

 

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