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  1. Canandaigua report

    Thank you
  2. Canandaigua report

    I was wondering what type of plastics you guys have success with for perch?
  3. Canandaigua Panfish?

    that is a a great idea. we almost ended up with creek right in our backyard when house hunting so i knew of it but that was about it. thank you!
  4. Canandaigua Panfish?

    thanks so much for all the great reply's, i really appreciate it.
  5. Hi. I posted this on the panfish forum too but thought it might be good to post it here as well? I Just moved to Farmington area and have been focused mostly on teaching my little girl to fish the last few years. she turns 4 in August. it is going very well so far and she has really been into it and we go at least once most weeks, but looking to expand a little bit, get her into some perch and bigger bluegills and other stuff a little this year and a couple additional boat trips under her belt - plus since the kids it is pretty hard to get the boat out. Canandaigua lake is very close but i have never fished it for panfish, only honeoye and conesus for panfish. at her age, long trips in the car and then fishing is a little tough but honoye is still reasonable and actually closer than it use to be but hoping we might get into some decent panfishing in canandaigua and was looking for some feedback on if it can be okay for panfish and if anyone had any pointers on water depth to target this time of year in that lake if going for bluegill or perch? Thanks, Eric
  6. Canandaigua Panfish?

    Hi. Just moved to Farmington area and have been focused mostly on teaching my little girl to fish the last few years. she turns 4 in August. it is going very well so far and she has really been into it and we go at least once most weeks, but looking to expand a little bit, get her into some perch and bigger bluegills and other stuff a little this year and a couple additional boat trips under her belt - plus since the kids it is pretty hard to get the boat out. Canandaigua lake is very close but i have never fished it for panfish, only honeoye and conesus for panfish. at her age, long trips in the car and then fishing is a little tough but honoye is still reasonable and actually closer than it use to be but hoping we might get into some decent panfishing in canandaigua and was looking for some feedback on if it can be okay for panfish and if anyone had any pointers on water depth to target this time of year in that lake if going for bluegill or perch? Thanks, Eric
  7. Honeoye docks in yet?

    ok thanks for feedback
  8. anyone know if the docks at the south end public launch are in yet?
  9. nice report, thanks. i hope i can get out to Sandy this weekend. i got a 14ft'er too, definelty sounds like a bit on the rough side, way to stick it out.
  10. Amazing fish! I need to get one of those;)
  11. sandy 8/11

    nice report! still waiting for my first 20 too so i know how you feel, good luck
  12. awesome! congrats! that's my next goal - a major - probably should have had it this past weekend but had a couple bad losses. thanks for the help by the way on the pump house location! Eric
  13. Fishing Report Your Name / Boat Name: 14ft Crestliner ============== TRIP OVERVIEW ============== Date(s):7/13 Time on Water: Weather/Temp: Wind Speed/Direction: Waves: 0 Surface Temp: Location:pump house to end of hamilton beach LAT/LONG (GPS Cords): =============== FISHING RESULTS =============== Total Hits: 11 or 12 Total Boated:6 Species Breakdown:kings and steelhead Hot Lure: Trolling Speed: 2.3.-2.7, Down Speed: Boat Depth: 110-140 Lure Depth: 40-75 ==================== SUMMARY & FURTHER DETAILS ==================== thanks to the guys who gave me some info on the pump house location out of Sandy, got into a double of kings right away(11 and 16.5 lbs) that was a lot of fun and had decent action all morning. i don't get out much but everyone's reports have helped me get on fish each time. just running two riggers with SD and fly's and free sliders and two dipseys with spoons. had a little drag problem that resulted in a bad spurt of losing some nice fish - had a line break, a swivel straighten, and a spoon hook snap off. got that fixed, good learning experience. feeling good for my 4th time on the lake out my small boat. 16.5 is the biggest for my boat so far so that was great. hope to break it again next time. mostly ran green white and blue colors. thinking about switching to fixed sliders next time but the free sliders have been producitve so far so I'm not sure yet.
  14. Thank you very much, that's not too bad as far as distance