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  1. Overall a good week on Seneca. Good weather and caught enough fish to keep things interesting. Plenty of solitude and beautiful scenery what an awesome part of the country we live in. Well its time to pack up and go back to the grind. Good fishing to all
  2. I didn’t see any. Very healthy looking. Both fish were released Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
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  4. Another good morning. Landlocked bite is on today 10 for 12 so far smaller spoons 30 to 60 feet down in 190-350 f.o.w. Lake is pretty friendly today Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  5. For the trillion dollars of real estate and boats, this place sure is empty Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  6. Struck out this morning Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  7. Good evening of fishing last night. Found some bigger landlocked salmon out deep 65 ft down over 550 f.o.w. largest was around 3 lbs. All taken on mixed veggies spoon again. A curiosity - all the fish I've caught in the past three days have been on a north troll. Not so much as a single release on a southward troll. Any theories?
  8. More landlocked salmon this morning 50-60 ft down over 300-400 f.o.w. All small, no keepers Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  9. Day 2. Slow- skunked in the a.m. Evening troll was better- found some landlocked salmon 55ft down over 350 f.o.w. All fish taken on mixed veggies spoons Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  10. Day 1 Slow out of bed this am. Some jerk named Evan Williams and his friend Jack Daniels kept me up way too late. Focused on land locks to day and cane up with a big nothing. Saw lots of bait balls in 160-175 f.o.w. and quite a few dead alewives floating on the surface. Not sure what that’s all about. Dredging the bottom for lakers tomorrow. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
  11. Heading to a rental on Seneca for a week's vacation. I'll post regular updates on any action or lack thereof. Tight lines to all
  12. Sorry for the double post. itchy mouse finger
  13. Launched out of Severne around 7:30 a.m and fished until 3 p.m.. We went 4 for 5 on lakers. Biggest fish was 5.5 lbs. Most were taken on a wire dipsy #2 setting with flasher and white fly combo set back 200'. Picked up a small landlocked salmon about 20" down over 170 FOW. Said hello and tossed him back. Pretty slow but compared to how I usually do on Seneca, I'll take it! On another note - I lost some gear and need to re-stock, Does anyone know of any local businesses (not big box stores) that carry down rigger releases, dipsy divers, cannon balls etc? I want to keep my $$ local but haven't been able to find anyone who has this stuff
  14. In my experience it really depends on where you are fishing out of. Anything over 15 mph will create whitecaps. A 15 mph wind straight form the south can create monster waves in Geneva, and a 15 mph north wind does the same for the south end. That same wind form the east or west - you could still fish close to the lee shore - you'll get bounced around a little but too bad in a 17 1/2 ft aluminum boat. Under 10 mph from any direction you should be fine. Seneca can serve up some misery when strong cold fronts pass through., especially if your a few miles out - the waves can come up quick and make for a long wet ride - in my younger years I found out the hard way. Good luck and tight lines!
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