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  1. Nice fish. I was across from deans cove also today. My goal was to stay high and fast and try to get some salmon and bows. Did get the bows but no salmon. Bows were 25-40 down over 120-160’.
  2. Pan fishing is good for numbers but not good for size this time of year. I try every year at around this time but catch only a few marginal keepers over 10”. And they seem to be overly thin compared to other fingerlakes. Plenty of rock bass and also you should be able to get some smallmouth but they are also mostly in the 10-12” range. Because of the size of fish my friends and I call this lake “ Skinny” ateles. If your looking for panfish, try Owasco or Cayuga. Keep in mind, summertime sizes are different than spring and fall.
  3. Correct rollmops. I was there today and caught a lot of perch and small rockies in 12-14’. Only a half dozen sunnies but they are huge. Can hardly get your hand around them. Everything caught was on plastics drop shot rig.
  4. Just talked to my friend that kept sunfish the day he was there with me. No grubs or worms. yes, we were on the north end of Owasco.
  5. I did not take home any but I did not notice any spots on the outer skin or fins like I usually do in all the Honeoye sunfish.
  6. I had a really nice trip there two weeks ago. First time for pannies there for me. Try around the 25-35’ depth a little to the right (west) of the harbor entrance. There were plenty of 7-9” perch there. If that doesn’t work, move down the east shore fishing real shallow between the docks. You will hit really big sunfish, some perch, Rockies and a bass or two in there. I would use minnows in the deep water and small crayfish or maybe plastics along the shore. Good luck.
  7. I launched my 16 1/2 alumacraft and my buddy launched his 17’ aluminum boat there with no problems. Just use the far left or right and push the boat away from the concrete pad and up on the mud shallows next to it. Really stupid situation.
  8. I was there yesterday. Still no docks and none stacked in the lot. What’s going on?
  9. Here’s a question for you Kevin. You and I fish different waters but target the same fish. For some reason, I find more fish , perch and crappies., like older wooden docks and pier posts than newer metal ones. I find this especially true in Keuka and Sodus and port bay. What’s it like up north?
  10. I’m waiting too for the south end docks. The weather might actually get better soon, can’t get much worse.
  11. Wow, 50 deg. Your lucky. My favorite Crappie lake is still in the 40’s.
  12. Crap, I was planning on oink there tomorrow. I guess there will be 100 boats joining me Seriously, you can get them all summer long . I alternate Erie walleyes and Cayuga perch he entire summer.
  13. Anyone know if the docks are in at the south end? They are not in at the north end.
  14. Nice going. I miss those Cayuga perch. ill Be at them soon though.
  15. Pequod1

    Ibay 9/29

    The secret to perching I Bay is to take a Golden Horseshoe with you
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