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    Milford NY
  • Interests
    Trolling and bowhunting whitetails
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    Glimmerglass
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    Old goat boat

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  1. Great day, great report , great pics. Thanks for the tip on the spoons.
  2. Sweeeet!!! Congrats. I haven't been on that pond in a couple of years. Is there still a lot of bait? Thanks.
  3. Picked up some in front of Camp Gregory just south of the long point, but the majority came from long point to the college. Good luck!
  4. I took an old friend out on the lake for the first time. He hadn't been fishing for years and has never laid eyes on a laker being a small, stream trout fisherman. So...I decided to target them first and try for silvers after. Put around 30 fish in the boat on the 26th and another dozen this morning. Surface temps on the east side, around Long point, have jumped to 54 in the morning and bait was everywhere. We got the "Slam", all four species this morning and only lacked a brown yesterday. My buddy's hooked now, needless to say!! Shallow program in 15 to 25 feet running spoons and sticks. Silver Streak green and pink alewives, and bloody nose stingers caught the majority of fish.
  5. Nice! The Lakers we caught were pretty fiesty. Even had one leaper! What was the surface temp on that side in Dean's?
  6. Fished from just south of long point to the college all 3 days. Surface temps 48-49 in the mornings warming to low 50's by the afternoon. Stayed in 20 to 40 fow with a shallow program of in-line planners, slide divers and riggers down 20. Majority of the bait is still deep, but we found some in 35-40 feet. Perch shadraps and jointed J-7's on the in-lines, chicken wings and bloody nose stingers on the divers and goby bay rats or green ale wives on the riggers. All caught fish, all three days. Did 17 fish on Wednesday after a late start due to motor issues. Steady pick all day. 7lb bow and 5lb salmon on the boards that day. 25 fish boated Thursday and 15 on Friday morning. Boated a lot of Lakers in the 5 to 10 pound class on the gobies and stingers. We caught and released quite a few nice, young bows on the boards around 17 inches. Never touched a brown and only the one salmon. Another 5 or ten degrees and Cayuga will be on fire!!
  7. Great trophy! A country girl can survive!!
  8. You'll likely encounter a lot of recreational boaters at Long Point as the day progresses. That said, it is one of my favorite spots at first light. I like to figure 8 on the point several times before going north. You may pick up a bow there as well. Try the same thing at Stony Point just a short distance north. Then run up and down the break of the shelf in front of the college.
  9. Scorpion stingers. Boy girl, mixed veggies, greasy chicken wing and maybe a rainbow needle fish. Pink or green ale wife if they're on the bait. 3.0 or better.
  10. Slick tricks. Best thing on the business end since flint!
  11. A few years back we caught a laker in Cayuga with an almost, identical mutation. We called it "The two-faced fish".
  12. I feel your pain, brother. Been there. The little ones never get off.
  13. Surface temperatures are increasing and the bait and big fish moving deeper. We targeted rainbows and found 52 degree water down 50 over 120 on the West side half way between Deans cove and Sheldrake. Ran stacked riggers 40 and 60, Slide divers at 50. Took a couple of nice ones on the divers and some Lakers off the riggers. The 6lb bow liked a rainbow Needlefish and the 7 lb one ate a greasy chicken wing scorpion.
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