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Rescue on Oneida Lake 3/13/2010 from News Channel 9: Click here for story.

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I grew up in Chittenango those were the good times ..

I use to fish there alot ice fishing included swimming had many good times on the lake moved to cleveland NY and loved the scenery and the snow i sure do miss being there now but i do give thanks for these web cams i do plan on returning home soon and i hope for ever thanks again I was born to Robert and Kathryn Wagner on Midlake Meadows Road Bridgeport NY I remember the years I lived here and now at the age of 54 I miss them so much, I use to fish hunt swim snowmobile and ice fish here, Spent more time here and at Barrett's Marina than I did at home I left when I was 19 joined the Military and haven't been back since, Where does life go. Stan from South Shore Nautical LLC heard the blue-green algae was really bad the summer, hitting all the Finger Lakes.

Ken Lewis Point is one of my favorite places on Oneida Lake, Winter, Summmer, Spring or Fall. I also heard that they dropped the water level 12 inches this summer because of a barge.

Check out this video of a Bernhards Bay resident ice sailing on Sodus Bay, NY

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