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  1. 3/21/21 Read a post the other day that the ice on Sodus was nearly gone. Did the 2.5 hour trek up and discovered the water at the end of the dock ( ramp next to Arnies)is no more than 6 inches deep. You couldn’t even launch a canoe there without hitting bottom. Still a fair amount of ice around the Krenzer launch. And yes, the ramp next to the Coast Guard station is still closed.
  2. Just bought some new spoons from R & R Tackle. Great looking spoons at a fantastic price. Do yourself a favor and take a look at their spoons. You can find them at: mytacklebox.com
  3. I saw no indication that work was being done to the ramp.
  4. Spoke with Tracy Durham, Town Clerk, via email concerning the boat launch next to the Coast Guard Station. Her reply was: “I would dare say that ramp might not be avail for a while”. If anyone notices the launch next to Arnies becomes clear of ice, please let me know. Bear Creek will have to do for now.
  5. Thanks. Bear Creek may be an option. I believe one must purchase a launch permit from the Town of Ontario. Am I correct?
  6. In case you were wondering: The launch next to Arnie’s Marine is still very much locked in ice. Buzzed over to the launch at the Coast Guard Station to take a look for open water. MUCH road work going on with detours and single lane areas in place but finally got to the ramp. Plenty of open water but the ramp is blocked off with construction equipment and rip rap. I have always stuck with fishing for browns in March out of Sodus. Does anyone know how long the Coast Guard ramp will be unavailable?
  7. Treman is fine. I launched my Fishmaster 196 at Treman last week. I use this site for water levels on Cayuga. https://waterdata.usgs.gov/ny/nwis/uv?cb_62614=on&format=gif_default&site_no=04233500&period=45&begin_date=2018-10-04&end_date=2018-10-24
  8. Out at 5:45am, went right to 155fow. Trolled until 9:30 when we landed a laker, 10 minutes later an 8lb steelhead, 5 minutes later a coho. Trolled until 3:15 when we got our next hit but broke off at the leader. All spoons, all 40-70’ down. Beautiful day on the water. IMO Sandy Pond seems to be more for pleasure boaters than fishing boaters. That’s fine but man that skinny water inlet sure gets crowded.
  9. Orange spoon took the steelhead. Purple/w black took salmon.
  10. All spoons and yes we marked quite a few fish. Most were down between 40 and 80.
  11. We set up in 100 feet of water at 10:30 AM Kept looking for 200+ feet of water but never found it. We caught two small kings and one 10 pound steelhead in 155 feet of water. Straight out from the inlet. The two small kings ranged in the 2 to 3 pound range and were both caught 50 feet down over 155 feet of water the steelhead came 70 feet down in 155fow. Drinking beer at 5:30pm. gonna go right back out to 1:55 in the morning first time at Sandy pond for us. I don’t much care for the inlet.
  12. Launching mid morning on 6/17. 5:30am launching on 6/18 and 6/19. I will holler on 71 when I start yanking them over the rail.
  13. We will be fishing out of Sandy Pond Wednesday-Friday. We will post reports. If anyone has any “good” news please pass it along. thanks
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