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Pequod1

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  1. I fished there last year for the first time.  Our first two trips we did the exact same program as you, south too Sheldrake and back.  After that, we fished the east side around the college area and did fairly well.  

    Chasing walleyes in Erie this time of year is the name of the game for us. Long ride but well worth it.

  2. Nice job Les and Mark.  I was going to hit that lake soon but my boat would haver had a tough time of it.  I even got up early today and checked the wind. Went to Honeoye instead.  Looks like a beautiful day coming up for Wednesday. I bet Deans cove will be busy.  

  3. Just wondering how you confirmed that it was VHS.  Could it be another fish disease?  The DEC has only mentioned VHS in gobies in Cayuga but does not mention Canandaigua.  I would hate to think that another fish kill will happen in Canandaigua.  

  4. If you are on the east side, I might suggest Port Bay and Sodus for perch.  Might be tough now because we are nearing the end of the spawn so be prepared for very light taps as they suck ion the minnow. Easy to miss them this time of year.

  5. Keuka 4/24

    I decided to try the Penn Yan side for perch yesterday and basically ran into a pickerel fest.  We caught them on almost every cast.  The most interesting catch however were the two lake trout we got, 25" and 27" in 14' of water on the perch rigs.  These were the two worse looking anorexic trout I have ever seen.  No doubt, lack of food. I did spend some time looking for lake trout in the usual points and found zero bait. I hope there is some bait in other areas of the lake for these fish, otherwise, the lakers are going to be in trouble.

  6. I wanted weather in the 70's and wind under 10 and it looks like it will be around 65 and wind around 10.  Close enough for me.  I just signed up yesterday. Anyone else going? Fishing has been a little tougher with a lot of perch spawning and a few spawned out but there are still a few nice catches to be had. Hope to see a lot of guys there.

  7. Interesting. It was slower today but we were using plastics.  Fish seemed to turn off in the late morning.  

    It is nice to keep those big ones once and a while but I wish people would not make a habit out of it. There are a number of us now that limit our catch and size. Talked to a guy at the dock today that said he does the same and was happy that I do too.  Not saying that everyone should but just think about it.  Thanks.

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