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Archive 2007




Red Mill Inn is perfect spot to taste rich history of Erie Canal

One-Tank Trip / Baldwinsville
By Deborah Williams - SPECIAL TO THE NEWS
August 26,2007
Red Mill Inn is perfect spot to taste rich history of Erie Canal


John McHarrie Jr. and Stephen Baldwin built a three-story gristmill 179 years ago on the Seneca River, north of Syracuse. The construction took thousands of man-hours and two years to complete.
Today, visitors can spend the night in luxurious and comfortable rooms created in this same 1828 mill building. Original massive timbers and beams enhance the rooms, hallways and public rooms in what has become the Red Mill Inn, a name that evokes its humble origins. more...



14 Tons Of Carp Landed In Just 50 Hours!

By Elton Murphy
June 01,2007
14 Tons Of Carp Landed In Just 50 Hours!


Officials from ACS Tournaments are waiting to hear if the unprecedented 28,544 pounds " or 14 tons of carp " caught during the 50-hour ACS Northeast Regionals held May 16-19th in Baldwinsville, New York is a world record. more...



French tandem land over a ton of carp

By David Figura, Outdoors editor
May 20, 2007
French tandem land over a ton of carp


Frenchmen Frederic Labrousse and Numa Marengo together caught more than a ton of carp to win the Northeast Regionals carp fishing tournament in Baldwinsville, which ended Saturday morning. more...



Fisherman catch a lot of carp

By Web Staff

May 19 , 2007
Fisherman catch a lot of carp


The Northeast Regional of the American Carp Society Tournament wrapped up Saturday with a final weigh in and awards ceremony. more...



French Recipe for Success

By David Figura, Outdoors editor
May 19, 2007
French Recipe for Success


French teammates take lead in three-day carp tournament
More than a dozen spectators gathered around the French team Friday afternoon as they caught carp, after carp, after carp. more...



Female anglers not to be underestimated

By Cait McVey

 

May 18 , 2007
Female anglers not to be underestimated


"This is our corn mix we made, which is like oatmeal, and we've got some corn in there and corn meal, and we pack it around the sinker."
Whatever this team is using, the fish seem to love. Just minutes after casting her line, Karen Howland got a bite. more...



The Search For Carp Is On

By David Figura, Outdoors editor
May 18, 2007
The Search For Carp Is On


The Thursday morning start of the American Carp Society's Northeast Regionals in Baldwinsville featured professional international anglers, two local politicians - and everyone in between. more...



Carp Lures Anglers to Baldwinsville

May 17, 2007
Carp Lures Anglers to Baldwinsville


Baldwinsville (WSYR-TV) - The Seneca River is being called a gold mine for carp.
Baldwinsville is home to the first ever American Carp Society Northeast Regional Tournament. It's expected to pump an estimated $100,000 into the greater Baldwinsville community in just four days. more...



B'ville hopes to spin carp into gold

By Tom Leo, Staff writer
May 13, 2007
B'ville hopes to spin carp into gold


Charlie Farrell has lived in Baldwinsville his entire life and like most residents of the village, paid little attention to the mammoth fish swimming near the bottom of the Seneca River.
"All of us who have been here think of carp as a junk fish," said Farrell, 57. "Who's interested in carp?"
Judging from the interest in this week's American Carp Society Northeast Regional Tournament, taking place Wednesday through Saturday, it appears Baldwinsville's "junk" may turn to gold. more...



The Quest for Carp

By David Figura, Outdoors editor
May 13, 2007
The Quest for Carp


American Carp Society co-founder David Moore says it's all about treating the bottom-feeding fish with respect.
"I know we may sound like elitists, and maybe we are," he said. "Fish care. I can't stress it enough."
Moore, tournament director of this week's Northeast Regional carp fishing competition in Baldwinsville along the Seneca River, set up a few fishing rigs earlier this week behind the Red Mill Inn in Baldwinsville. He illustrated the finer points of catching and releasing carp, and talked about the sport he loves and hopes will someday take off in this country. more...



American Carp Society To Hold Acs Northeast Regionals In Central New York State

By David Figura, Outdoors editor
American Carp Society To Hold Acs Northeast Regionals In Central New York State


Baldwinsville, New York will be the site of the American Carp Society's first regional tournament for 2007-8.  Teams from Europe and the United States are expected to enter the May 16-19th contest on the Seneca River in Central New York State. more...



B'ville: A new look for Lock Street?

Written by Erin Smith, Baldwinsville Messenger
March 20, 2007
B'ville: A new look for Lock Street?
B'ville: A new look for Lock Street?


Village residents may soon see a tremendous change on Lock Street.
Developers have approached the village board with plans to turn properties along the Seneca River, including the former Baldwinsville Department of Public Works site at 12 Lock St., into an aesthetically appealing combination of public and private property. more...



Baldwinsville NY to Host Tournament on the Seneca River

American Carp Society
Press Release
 
 
January 3, 2007
Baldwinsville NY to Host Tournament on the Seneca River


Baldwinsville, New York will be the site of the American Carp Society’s first regional tournament for 2007-8. Teams from Europe and the United States are expected to enter the May 16-19th contest on the Seneca River in Central New York State. more...



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