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    Billtown PA
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    Sampson State Park Marina
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    Followed The Waves (formerly No Clue)

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  1. Nice! I was going to check in and see how you did over the weekend. My buddy had enough abuse on Saturday so we bailed out Sunday morning but conditions sure looked good.
  2. A buddy and I fished the north end of Seneca Saturday from 8:30 AM until 6:30 PM, jigging for lake trout. He was the lucky one---he had one hit. I can't believe this is the same lake I fished from 2003-2011. We had weekends where we jigged up over 50 nice lakers. I've fished Seneca six weekends so far this year and managed three lake trout. SAD!
  3. I got out Friday night for two or three hours and again Saturday afternoon for four hours for some jigging. Managed one Laker Friday night and one Laker Saturday afternoon. The one on Friday night was pretty chewed up from the lampreys. Saturday's fish was pretty clean. Both fish ran around 25 inches or so. Tough fishing---these aren't the good ol' days but at least the sunset was nice!
  4. For us long-distance commuters, that would be great!
  5. Yeah man! Back on the water. I bought an old Carver 28 footer last summer. Not exactly a hard-core fishing boat but I can live on it for a few days. No Clue was just sold again for the fourth time since I sold her in 2011. Seneca certainly isn't the lake I left back then. Fished 18 hours in the Derby and managed one fish. Sad! I hope you're well. Let's see a good report!
  6. I was looking for some answers a little while back and came across this article: https://www.fltimes.com/news/something-s-fishy-seneca-lake-anglers-worried-about-lower-fish-count/article_ff95a77a-40b6-11e6-afb5-d3d339d2f86f.html
  7. Couldn't get out till 1 Sunday. Fished till 7 without a hit. As of this morning, looks like a LL salmon is winning overall. Tough fishing!
  8. Ugh. Fished from 6am to 6pm north of Sampson. Managed a 4lb Laker and lost my tail. Lots of good marks but just couldn't get them to go. Clean boat was pretty as the fog burned off. Waiting for the wind to die down before heading out. Good luck to all! Tail Marks Boat
  9. Finished Seneca last weekend north of Sampson. Had some decent marks but couldn't get them to grab it.
  10. I wish I could laugh out loud. LOL... Well, I can but I'm only laughing at myself. I've been on a few times and it's been pretty tough so far but the water has been so cold. This past weekend I was only hitting mid 40s on the surface in the morning and maybe high 40s by afternoon. Been fishing north of Sampson. Hopefully this warm blow out of the south will turn on the feed bags.
  11. Any payout for the biggest skunk? Wish I could make it but probably won't get to the lake until about noon on Friday. Good luck to all!
  12. Woo hoo! I'm looking forward to the Derby! My first one since I sold No Clue in 2011. I will be fishing out of Sampson, so the weigh station at Stiver's won't be too inconvenient, in the unlikely event that I snag a big 'un. But it seems kind of ridiculous for people fishing the south end of the lake to have to drive nearly 40 miles to weigh a fish. While I understand that only potential money fish are encouraged to be weighed, wouldn't it make a lot more sense to have a weigh station at the Glen and maybe one or two in between the south and north ends? Maybe Sampson Marina and on the east and Roy's on the west? I think this would also help with the "social distancing" and reduce a lot of congestion. Not knowing how the cookie will crumble, I'd be inclined to bring in anything over 7 pounds. Anyone with me on this? Joe
  13. Nick, I'm Jonesin' for the north wall. From the information I received from the marina though, it sounds as though I can sit in my boat in the marina all day long but not all night long. It's illogical but I understand that it's the state's rule rather than our friends with Samsen. I live too far away for a day trip. Is anyone else in and are they really enforcing it?
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