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  1. Thank you! I will have to keep an eye on it as the date gets closer!
  2. Thanks for the tip. I was actually looking at them this weekend b/c after a windy day on Lake Erie, I decided it was time to buy one lol.
  3. Wow, thanks for the great info! If you don't mind answering one more question, you say the thermocline will be set up. Do I want to fish above or below it? For bass fishing, You always want to stay above the thermocline, is it the same here?
  4. Bro, thank you so much! This is exactly what I was looking for! I’m never trying to steal spots but just wanted some guidance. I really appreciate the help friend!
  5. Honestly I'm not to worried about size. Along with this being an annual fishing trip, I also have a goal to catch a new species of fish every year and Laker would do it for me. Which lake would you say I have the best shot at numbers?
  6. Jigging. I also forgot to mention I’ll be there in July
  7. Hey all, I created a post on here back in February about a kayak fishing trip I am planning on the finger lakes. After receiving some help from you guys (shout out to Reel Doc, Muskie141, and JJBat150), I've narrowed down my possible spots to a few areas. After looking at a few areas on Navionics, specifically Sheldrake Point on Cayuga and Keuka State park on Keuka, I'm wondering what you guys tend to look for as far as depth changes. Do you generally do better around steep drop offs like the one straight out of Sheldrake (where it goes from 40 to 150 really quick) or in the more gradual drop offs like to the north of the point where the contours are much further apart. I have a fish finder attached to my kayak so I won't have a problem following the depth or looking for fish, I just figured I'd try to narrow my peddling down a bit if you guys know that they never hang out in one of the scenarios listed above. Any help is greatly appreciated as I have no experience fishing for lakers (the only trout I know are in mountain streams lol). Edit: I wanted to mention that I will be there in late July.
  8. Thank you so much for your help! We were thinking August originally but I want to miss out on the MLF guys coming in since we will be Laker fishing in the morning/afternoon then moving to bass in the evenings.
  9. Thanks for the tips JJ! I've been trying to read up on all the old forum posts but there is so much info...which is a good thing. If I can ask one more question: Will June or July work for the trip?
  10. Thanks Reel Doc! That makes a bunch more sense!
  11. Thanks for the tips!! I will definitely post some pics and give an update of how it all went. We are both pretty excited about the trip! Quick question: Where do you park when you launch from Sheldrake. I've been google mapping for an hour and have no idea. Do you just park at the winery?
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