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  1. Couple weeks ago found rainbows down 35 to 50 and lake trout down 50 or more. Fished in water 80 out to 250 picking fish all along. Thermocline probably setting up more now so if nothing happening go out in the middle of the lake, over 300 fow and cover 40 to 100 feet down. 200 and 300 copper should catch something, riggers 45 to 60 down or run 80 to 100 down with green or purple spoons then attach sliding cheaters with red, orange, yellow colors. Dreamweaver super slims or equivalent size is good, Ive never used mags on Cayuga. Flasher fly in white or green on copper 300 or more or off a dypsey set to run in 60 to 100 fow will always put some lake trout in the net. Be ready to check susceptible lines often as fleas are really bad now. Keep us posted on how you make out.
  2. We all have those days. Beauty of a Brown!!
  3. Great job putting your crew on the fish and great pics. Keep up the good work. Cayuga has been a great lake to fish and we certainly don't want to take that for granted
  4. Great stuff and super pics. You must have been making the customers work hard since shirts started coming off!!
  5. Beautiful group. Your patience and persistence has been rewarded!!
  6. Nice group of fish! Did your mates join you at 6 am or later on? I can only get my dog to join me for an early am trip......
  7. A gray and sometimes grumpy morning but still great fishing on Cayuga. Started heading South to let the Northeast wind help not hinder. Steady lake trout bite all over the column in 80-200 fow. Early on a really nice rainbow hammered the 7 color and kept driving deep all the way until 20 feet behind the boat when it changed gears and rocketed several feet out of the water, gave a nice profile view and tossed the spoon aside. Sometimes the best moments don't always end with a fish in the boat! Skies darkened and wind increased near Sheldrake so trolled across and started North on the East side with hopes of avoiding the harshest wind. That failed as rain cells came through with a Northwesterly blow. The bite slowed for a bit and lost several bows mid-battle as aerials with the waves made it easier for them to create slack. Fleas also a problem as multiple jam ups that needed to be cleared in the middle of fighting with fish. As the wind and rain started to settle began trolling back across and a nice Rainbow targeted the slide diver. Made for a nice finish to an occasionally wild but overall relaxing trip.
  8. Nice looking group and the mystery fish is why we keep coming back for more......
  9. So great that so many of you up there donate your time and boats for a day of fishing for these true Heroes of our country. Thank you!!
  10. Great stuff. Weekday fishing is definitely top shelf. I'm jealous
  11. Appreciate your response and photo. No trouble with it rocking side to side despite the one post for a base?
  12. Looking to add an on board fillet table and looking for recommendations. Let me know likes, dislikes, etc. Thanks
  13. Great morning and great pics!! Thanks for sharing
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