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FishingTheFL

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  • Birthday 01/15/1986

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  1. How's the new launch? Was told you have to pay to get in the park then pay to launch? I haven't been down there since they remodeled it. Fractured my neck 2.5 years ago and just getting back to fishing. I'm trying to find beat launch areas for different weather patterns. Tried Lodi but that was really shallow and narrow. Seems it's gotten worse. Fish we caught in the north end were babies. Rather stay away from the north end after two weekends of sub legal Lakers. Sent from my moto e6 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. Size has been lacking in the ones we been getting. Fished from 5 am to 9:30 am. North end. Most fish caught were over 60' to 100'. Guys I fished with were from the north end. I don't believe I have the right jigs/baits for casting silvers. I've caught plenty on Cayuga. Just want to try something new. Sent from my moto e6 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. Yeah wouldn't try it in 200' of water on a windy day. We have fished Cayuga on windy days in 160 to 200 fow but Cayuga has fish all through the water column. We are going to try the north end next most likely. Guess it all depends on weather and wind direction where we fish. It's been nice all week. Sent from my moto e6 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  4. I've already caught a ton of Lakers and perch this year on Cayuga. I wanted to try something else. Seneca has fish in it just gotta figure them out. Sent from my moto e6 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  5. Is it worth targeting fish in 250 fow or deeper. Bait was over 220 and stacked as high as 150' off bottom. One guy with me snagged a laker in 250fow but it was no bigger then a sawbellie. Maybe a little bigger. Is it worth getting 2oz weights or jigging spoons for the depth? Any depth under 150', everything that was marked was hugging bottom or there was nothing. Fished out of Lodi north then over to the west side. Sent from my moto e6 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  6. He just suggested going to otter lake. I never made it out this weekend. To many people wanted firewood. I would just call the Inn and or the marinas ahead of time to see if they are plowed. That's my plan anyways mid week since I finished my jobs and sold out wood till camping season or taxes come in and work starts taking over all my time again. Sent from my moto e6 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  7. Ty! Sent from my moto e6 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  8. I would appreciate that. Ty Sent from my moto e6 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  9. Maybe you should read... Your basically the reason I won't go fish ostic... People pay for their license and if they decide to keep it... To each their own... They are stocked fish and as someone said before it only takes about 10 years for the fish to get that big. This is a Cross Lake thread... Quit hi jacking my thread. Sent from my moto e6 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  10. Cayuga one my favorite places to fish but the weeds are dead out deep and the fish seem to be non existent in usual areas. Perch population seems to stay South for sure. I would love to figure out the crappie on cayuga. The two I caught 3 years ago where nice and was the first time I had crappie. Can't seem to find a lake to catch them in decent numbers or they just not big enough to meet the legal size. I heard they increased the size requirement too. I don't want to fish musky because everyone complains when you keep them... Plus I hate getting the y bone out. I'm not very good at it. I'll admit I eat the tail area and cook the rib cage for the cats. Nothing goes to waste is all I can say Sent from my moto e6 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  11. Shove ice is about half mile to the double bouys might. Froze way down to canoga but no one has gone that far and idk if I would want to walk the shove ice. I know there is perch probably further north based on reports and where I walked already. Just tired of miles of walking and not getting on them. Sodus all I caught was tiny perch. Just looking to try somewhere new where less likely to get surrounded by 4 wheelers after walking miles just because they see one decent pickerel on the ice... Sent from my moto e6 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  12. I'm out of Interlaken. I heard the lake has a lot of pressure right now. I'm not to interested in catching musky. I had plenty of pickerel out on cayuga. All I really wanted to know is if the ice is safe and where to get on. I can figure out the fishing from there. Never got a chance to call the Inn today. Been on the phone all morning trying to get through to the irs and delivering firewood. Might plan on Wednesday but all depends on how much snow we get Sent from my moto e6 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  13. Oneida is almost 2 hr drive and I barely ever catch anything since I'm on foot. Just wanted to try somewhere new that was closer then oneida. Sent from my moto e6 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  14. I'll try to give them a call. I mean I don't mind a drag to the ice. Have to do it at oneida when we go there. Just tired of small fish at sodus and pickerel at cayuga. I walked 4 miles in two days and couldn't find any perch or gills on cayuga. Started holes in 3fow all the way out to 12fow. Worst part is the 3fow to 8fow had the most weeds. Sent from my moto e6 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  15. Almost 100 views and no info. Must be someone's honey hole.... Sent from my moto e6 using Lake Ontario United mobile app
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