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  1. I have been a diary participant for Hemlock and Canadice for over 30 years. Regarding the rainbows in Hemlock, it's always been a fragile fishery. I think the main objective should be to invest in Springwater creek to clear obstructions and create diggers and pools. I realize the logistical challenges and cost could make it prohibitive, but in a perfect world... The Rainbow fishing has been tough in the lake, but it's always been challenging. I am against stocking bows there because the current strain hasn't been tampered with, and with better spawning water, would do better, in my opinion. Also, forage fish seem to be down, as we seldom mark bait, and never the screen blackout schools we used to see, Regarding Canadice, the lake trout fishery seems fine. The stocking of browns has been going on for years, but good luck catching one. I have targeted them several times over the past few years, and have caught one. As far as rainbow limits, I think two is fine but should remain at one for Hemlock and Keuka. That's my two cents worth.
  2. Thinking about hitting Canadaigua at Woodville on Friday. Anyone know if the fleas are bad? Thanks. I'll post if I go.
  3. Wondering if the fleas are still bad on Canadaigua and Cayuga. Thanks.
  4. All Rainbows. They look different until they go to the lake. They have to be 15" to keep. I try to avoid catching them in the summer, as it stresses them... especially if you're using worms. They swallow them and are tough to release unharmed. They're the future of the fishery.
  5. No walleyes in Canadice. Some still in Hemlock. Rainbows are doing so-so. Browns are rare but present. Lakers have not been doing as well the past few years, but are still the top cold water species. Forage fish are stable, but a little low. Just my opinion.
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