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Lake: Antero Reservoir

Found cell phone

Post By: danuk      Posted: 5/12/2021 7:52:21 PM     Points: 100    
Anyone lose your cell phone... I found one.
 Reply by: walleyeshark      Posted: May. 12, 8:01:29 PM     Points: 143    
You may want to call one of the contacts on it. Caller ID?
 Reply by: Hawaiian Punch      Posted: May. 13, 11:37:11 AM     Points: 9248    
call a few of the contacts,tell them what happened and their caller I.D. should tell them who's phone you have . . .you can then call the owner.
 Reply by: El Jefe      Posted: May. 13, 12:11:50 PM     Points: 428    
Don't know about Android systems, but if it's an iPhone, tap the screen twice and/or swipe up on the screen.
The passcode page will show.
At the bottom of the page, the word "emergency" will show.
Tap on the word.
The emergency call page will come up.
In the lower left corner of the page, the words "Medical ID" will show.
Tap on the words.
The medical ID page will now show. In addition to the name and particulars of the cell phone user (i.e. blood type, meds, etc) there will also be the names and phone numbers of the phone owners emergency contacts. Call one of them and tell them you found the owners phone.

IMPORTANT:
If any of you here on FishExplorer haven't set up that information on your phone, DO IT NOW!!!!
My daughter is a Fire Medic here in the Denver area and this is often the only way that EMS personnel know the name and contact info for an unconscious patient.
It could save your life!!!
 Reply by: footmaster      Posted: May. 13, 9:00:53 PM     Points: 12    
El Jefe, thanks for the info! This does work on Android phones as well. I did not know this until I just read it here. I just finished setting up my emergency contacts. This is great advice, thanks again!

Apologies for getting off topic, folks!
 Reply by: FishingJunkie      Posted: May. 14, 9:30:46 AM     Points: 1816    
@El Jefe - thanks, I just set that up on mine. Appreciate it.
 Reply by: El Jefe      Posted: May. 14, 12:58:56 PM     Points: 428    
Glad to be of help.
 Reply by: team FMFO      Posted: May. 15, 2:18:26 PM     Points: 3560    
Just did it on my Android ! Thanks.
 Reply by: Anteroman      Posted: May. 16, 11:39:48 AM     Points: 6139    
I believe Threeway fisher lost a phone on the North shore a couple weeks ago?
 Reply by: danuk      Posted: May. 17, 8:47:42 AM     Points: 100    
Phone not working... location and type of phone...happy to return it.
Thanks for all the generous advice!
 Reply by: Spanish fly      Posted: Jun. 11, 9:04:36 PM     Points: 0    
Hey Antero man I have a question for you. I have been to antero about 5 times this year in my boatand I noticed the fishing has been very slow, so today as I was getting my boat inspection the gentleman who was inspecting my boat said that Antero had a partial winter kill. Have you heard anything about this.
 Reply by: Anteroman      Posted: Jun. 12, 9:43:00 AM     Points: 6139    
Prior to ice off this was a concern of the biologist who cares for the lake, from the information Iíve gotten as well as personal observation I have not seen any indication of a noticeable kill this season. The lake has been on and off as far as catch numbers for myself and several friends I fish with. We primarily fly fish and some days are really tough and others produce fairly well, I personally have not had a Hot day this season, by that I mean more than 15 to net in a half day outing.
The bugs are getting going including the calibaetis but the fish are either full already or not feeding as we normally see them..
It will get better, the lake is at full level and the water temp is now up to 60 degrees.
Bill
 Reply by: Spanish fly      Posted: Jun. 12, 11:58:20 AM     Points: 0    
Thanks for the info, I fly fish as well and i hope it picks up, have a great fishing season.

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