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GoneFitchin

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  1. Thanks for the help guys. It's a heck of a nice community on this board and nice to know guys are willing to help another guy with some solid advice. Sent from my Moto Z (2) using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  2. Thanks Zebedee, it's always nice to have shoreline reference points it just makes everything a little easier. We are headed up in early July, if we get into the fish I will be sure to report back on here how we did. Sent from my Moto Z (2) using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  3. You make great points. I am running an 18' boat so rough water can be a real challenge. I will probably do some bass and perch fishing in the north end, but I will take your advice and on the day's I want to go out deep I'll load it up on the trailer and head south. Luckily we are right next to the Cayuga lake state Park so getting the boat on the trailer is quick and easy. Thanks again. Sent from my Moto Z (2) using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  4. Thanks for the info sk8man. I was planning to dock the boat at the house but trailering may be a good idea at that distance. I do see the depths you are talking about outside of Canoga which wouldn't be a bad run with the boat. The shelf isn't as steep there and is more gradual but gets steeper as your run south. Is that a good starting point by Canoga and then work south? Sent from my Moto Z (2) using Lake Ontario United mobile app
  5. I am vacationing on Cayuga lake this year with my family and will have the opportunity to get some fishing in. The only problem I see is that we are staying at the north end of the lake by Seneca Falls and I want to fish for salmon and lakers. Looking at my charts I see if I go down by Aurora across the lake there are depths from 100-300' deep. Is that far enough down the lake to get into the salmon and lakers? I will be fishing dipsys on wire rods mainly. Also any help would be appreciated as to whether the west or east side would be a better starting spot.
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