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PrivacyEffective December 1, 2007:
Information Collection and Use by CentralWalleye.com CentralWalleye.com collects user submitted information such as name, email address, and age to authenticate users and to send notifications to those users relating to the CentralWalleye.com service. CentralWalleye.com also collects other profile data including but not limited to: personal interests, gender, age, and education in order to assist users in finding and communicating with each other. CentralWalleye.com also logs non-personally-identifiable information including IP address, profile information, aggregate user data, and browser type, from users and visitors to the site This data is used to manage the website, track usage and improve the website services. This non-personally-identifiable information may be shared with third-parties to provide more relevant services and advertisements to members. User IP addresses are recorded for security and monitoring purposes
User Profile information including members' pictures and first names are displayed to people in order to facilitate user interaction in the CentralWalleye.com social networking community. Email addresses are used for the purposes of inviting new friends to join CentralWalleye, to add users to members' friends' networks, and to send notifications related to the service. With the exception of inviting friends, adding friends, and notifications, a user's email address is not shared or displayed to people within a user's personal network Users within a personal network communicate on CentralWalleye.com with each other through the CentralWalleye.com service, without disclosing their email addresses. Users' full names are never directly revealed to other members. To facilitate searching and finding friends and acquaintances on the service, CentralWalleye.com allows users to search for other members using first and last name, email address, and schools and/or companies where users may have attended or worked.
We may also use a user's email address to send updates, a newsletter or news regarding the service. Users may choose not to receive email of this type by changing their "notification" setting to "Do not send me notification emails" in the user "Account Settings" From time to time, CentralWalleye.com or a partner, may sponsor a promotion, sweepstake or contest on CentralWalleye.com. Users may be asked to provide personal information including name, email address or home address or to answer questions in order to participate. We may transfer personal information to certain ad partners that you have explicitly requested to receive information from. It will be clear at the point of collection who is collecting the personal information and whose privacy statement will apply.
Invitations and Other Communications to Non-members CentralWalleye members can invite friends to join the service by sending invitation emails via our automated invitation system. CentralWalleye.com stores the email addresses that members provide so that the respondents may be added to the friend's list of the member sending the invitations, and also to send reminders of the invitations CentralWalleye.com does not sell these email addresses or use them to send any other communication besides invitations, invitation reminders (up to three (3) per email address). Recipients of invitations from CentralWalleye.com may contact CentralWalleye.com to request the removal of their information from our database.
CentralWalleye members may also store email addresses of people they know in their internal CentralWalleye address book and may also choose to send invitations and other communications to those addresses. You may prevent CentralWalleye.com email invitations and other messages from being sent to any email address you control by sending a single email with the subject "BLOCK" to privacy@CentralWalleye.com Please note that the email must come from the account you wish to block.
Chat Rooms, Forums and BLogs Please be aware that whenever you voluntarily post public information to Chat Rooms, Forums and BLogs or any other Public Forums that that information can be accessed by the public and can in turn be used by those people to send you unsolicited communications.
Correcting/Updating or Removing Information CentralWalleye.com users may modify or remove any of their personal information at any time by logging into their account and accessing features such as Edit Profile and Account Info.
Email Choice/Opt-out Members who no longer wish to receive updates or notifications may choose not to by selecting 'Do not send me notification emails' in the user profile 'Account Settings'. Users who do not wish to receive CentralWalleye.com newsletters may choose not to by selecting 'Do not send me CentralWalleye newsletters' in the user profile 'Account Settings'. All notification emails and CentralWalleye.com newsletters also include the above instructions for opting-out of those communications in the future.
Security CentralWalleye.com member accounts are secured by member-created passwords CentralWalleye.com takes precautions to insure that member account information is kept private. We use reasonable measures to protect member information that is stored within our database, and we restrict access to member information to those employees who need access to perform their job functions, such as our customer service personnel and technical staff. Please note that we cannot guarantee the security of member account information. Unauthorized entry or use, hardware or software failure, and other factors may compromise the security of member information at any time For any additional information about the security measures we use on CentralWalleye.com, please contact us a privacy@CentralWalleye.com
Contacting the Web Site If you have any questions about this privacy statement, the practices of this site, or your dealings with this Web site, please contact us at: privacy@CentralWalleye.com (PO Box 26313, Akron, OH 44301)
WALLEYE FISHING TIPSWhen walleye are feeding they will hit a variety of lures. Trolling with spoons, crankbaits, and worm harnesses is probably the most popular fishing method for catching walleye.
Some say the main key to catching walleye is finding them. Many walleye are found in deep waters with flat bottoms while some remain in shallow waters weeds near a drop off. Feeding usually occurs in low light conditions such as dawn and dusk.
Make sure you have the proper equipment when trolling for walleye. A variety of spoons, crankbaits, and worm harnesses are a must. A good GPS navigation system and fish finder will help locate the schools of walleye.
Remember presentation is everything so if your lure is not working properly then it is not going to catch the fish. Don't be afraid to slow your trolling speed for inactive walleye or speed it up for the more active ones. Everyday is not the same for walleye so keep an open mind when trying to get walleye to bite and when you find out what they are biting then present that lure more and fish at that depth with other lines. Use your GPS navigation system to take note of the coordinates where you caught the walleye for that day and you may try fishing over that same spot.
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