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  1. Cayuga Cayuga today

    Our lake house is about 2 miles north of the power plant on honoco rd.. we were do I g work today and I took a few casts with an old ugly stick bait. Lake trout following almost every cast.. landed 2 over 6 lbs... in 2.5 f ow to 6 inches..... puking up 2 to 3 inch gobies https://ibb.co/dxMUy7
  2. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for February 16 through 23 at http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html. Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. Enjoy free fishing February 17 – 18! During these designated days, New York residents and non-residents are permitted to fish for free without a fishing license. Visit http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/89821.html or call 518-402-8924 for more details. Remember ice thickness can vary greatly, even on the same water, so use extreme caution and your own good judgment if deciding to venture out. Some safety measures to follow are: use a spud and check ice thickness as you venture out, fish with a friend, bring a rope and ice safety picks (two handles with spike points). View the Introduction to Ice Fishing chapter for more information about ice fishing and the Ice Fishing Press Release for more safety information. The region has experienced a thaw with rain going into a weekend. Ice conditions will continue to change over the next few days, especially along shorelines, areas subject to run-off, and old holes and pressure cracks will likely be getting larger. Please keep this in mind if venturing out, use your own good judgment and follow the safety steps mentioned and referenced above. The ice surface will also likely be very slick without any snow-cover, so creepers or cleats are highly recommended. A reminder that from Nov. 1 to May 1, all persons aboard any pleasure vessel less than 21 feet long must wear a Personal Floatation Device (PFD) while underway. For more information on boating regulations please view the NYS Boater’s Guide. Also, as a word of warning, all the dock structures at the DEC boat launches have been removed. So, please plan accordingly. Click here to see the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
  3. Cayuga deans cove

    Any word on dean's Cove launch? THANKs!
  4. Launched at Taughannock at 10:30am, pulled out at 3:00pm. Air temp was 23 deg at 10:30 and 33deg at 3:00. The water level is LOW but was able to get my Fishmaster 196 in and out. Started to troll north after exiting inlet but too many ice chunks so we turned south on the west side. Planer boards with small rapalas and riggers at 70' with spoons was our plan. Picked up half dozen lakers on riggers and 4 LL (12 inchers) on sticks. Water temp was 37.1 deg from surface down to 70'. Ramp area clear of snow AND there was rock salt spread on ramp. Saw one other boat.
  5. Looking for a cabin to rent over Memorial Day weekend from mid to southern Cayuga. Doesn't have to be on the water. Preferably to sleep 6. Hard to believe my hunting and fishing partner is graduating from an Ivy League College. Figuring my pickup with fishing and hunting stickers will stick out like a sore thumb on campus! Willing to trade weekend in our cabin along beautiful Penns Creek in central Pa. Excellent fly fishing (google Penns Creek Green Drake hatch). 3 bedroom cabin with all amenities.
  6. 6 more weeks? I need to move south for 3 months...God help me
  7. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for February 2 through 9 at http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html. Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. Remember ice thickness can vary greatly, even on the same water, so use extreme caution and your own good judgment if deciding to venture out. Some safety measures to follow are: use a spud and check ice thickness as you venture out, fish with a friend, bring a rope and ice safety picks (two handles with spike points). View the Introduction to Ice Fishing chapter for more information about ice fishing and the Ice Fishing Press Release for more safety information. A reminder that from Nov 1 to May 1, all persons aboard any pleasure vessel less than 21 feet long must wear a Personal Floatation Device (PFD) while underway. For more information on boating regulations please view the NYS Boater's Guide. A link can be found in the righthand column under ‘Links Leaving DEC’s Website.’ Also, as a word of warning, all the dock structures at the DEC boat launches have been removed. So, please plan accordingly. Click here to see the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
  8. Hope it’s O.K. to share this ... but I wanted to reach out to all that might be interested in joining us during the season for our kayak fishing series throughout the state! I’m more than happy to answer any questions. But these tournaments are open to all ages and skill levels! It’s a great way to check out new lakes and rivers,meet amazing people.... and win some amazing gear and CASH! Check out WWW.NYKBF.COM
  9. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for January 19 through 26 at http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html. Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. Remember ice thickness can vary greatly, even on the same water, so use extreme caution and your own good judgment if deciding to venture out. Some safety measures to follow are: use a spud and check ice thickness as you venture out, fish with a friend, bring a rope and ice safety picks (two handles with spike points). View the Introduction to Ice Fishing chapter for more information about ice fishing and the Ice Fishing Press Release for more safety information. With the warmer temperatures, rain, and snow melt experienced last weekend, shore ice deteriorated on some waters and some lake and reservoir water levels rose because of the run off. Also, old holes and pressure cracks may have increased in size. Though ice fishing conditions improved greatly this week with the colder temperatures, please keep the above in mind if venturing out this weekend and use caution and your own good judgment. Click here to see the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
  10. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for January 5 through 12 at http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html. Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. Remember ice thickness can vary greatly, even on the same water, so use extreme caution and your own good judgment if deciding to venture out. Some safety measures to follow are: use a spud and check ice thickness as you venture out, fish with a friend, bring a rope and ice safety picks (two handles with spike points). View the Introduction to Ice Fishing chapter for more information about ice fishing and the Ice Fishing Press Release for more safety information. Click here to see the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
  11. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for December 29 through January 5 at http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html. Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. This should be the first big ice fishing weekend of the season. That being said, there are no ice thickness reports this week. As few anglers have been out at this time there is no information to report. Remember ice thickness can vary greatly, even on the same water, so use extreme caution and your own good judgment if deciding to venture out. Some safety measures to follow are: use a spud and check ice thickness as you venture out, fish with a friend, bring a rope and ice safety picks (two handles with spike points). View the Introduction to Ice Fishing chapter for more information about ice fishing and the Ice Fishing Press Release for more safety information. Click here to see the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
  12. How are the launch conditions on the south end? thinking about giving it a try. Any suggestions?
  13. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for December 22 through 29 at http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html. Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. We are in that in-between period, when we are waiting for the ice to thicken up, so there is little to report. Remember ice thickness can vary greatly, even on the same water, so use extreme caution and your own good judgment if deciding to venture out. Some safety measures to follow are: use a spud and check ice thickness as you venture out, fish with a friend, bring a rope and ice safety picks (two handles with spike points). Click here to see the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
  14. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for December 15 through 22, 2017 at http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html. Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. Reports will be harder to come by because many anglers have pulled their boats for the season, so there will likely be few changes to the report in the coming weeks. We are in that in-between period when we are awaiting safe ice, so there is little to report. With the cold weather in the forecast it shouldn’t be too long, though. Oswego and Wayne Counties have weekly fishing hotlines on their web sites as well and would be another good option for fishing reports; Oswego County (visitoswegocounty.com); and Wayne County (waynecountytourism.com). Though Onondaga County doesn’t have a weekly fishing report, their web site is another good source of fishing information in the region (fishonondagacounty.com). A reminder that from Nov. 1 to May 1, all persons aboard any pleasure vessel less than 21 feet long must wear a Personal Floatation Device (PFD) while underway. For more information on boating regulations please view the NYS Boater’s Guide. A link can be found in the righthand column under ‘Links Leaving DEC’s Website.’ Also, as a word of warning, many of the dock structures at the DEC boat launches will be removed shortly, or may have been removed already. So, please plan accordingly. Also, as a word of warning, all the dock structures at the DEC boat launches have been removed. So, please plan accordingly. April 1 was the start of the new Freshwater Fishing Regulation Guide, April 1, 2017-March 31, 2018. You can obtain a copy from a licensing agent or view it at Summary of Freshwater Fishing Regulations. Region 7: Cayuga Lake Atlantic salmon and brown trout fishing has been good in the tributaries. Just a reminder that Finger Lakes tributary fishing is from sunrise to sunset this time of year, angling is prohibited between sunset and sunrise. Skaneateles Lake The DEC launch has been closed for the season. Visit the Cayuga County Tourism web page for more fun things to do on and around the water at www.tourcayuga.com!
  15. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for December 1 through 15 at http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html. Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. Reports will be harder to come by because many anglers have pulled their boats for the season, so there will likely be few changes to the report in coming weeks. Oswego and Wayne Counties have weekly fishing hotlines on their web sites as well and would be another good option for fishing reports; Oswego County (visitoswegocounty.com); and Wayne County (waynecountytourism.com). Though Onondaga County doesn't have a weekly fishing report, their web site is another good source of fishing information in the region (fishonondagacounty.com). A reminder that from Nov 1 to May 1, all persons aboard any pleasure vessel less than 21 feet long must wear a Personal Floatation Device (PFD) while underway. For more information on boating regulations please view the NYS Boater's Guide. A link can be found in the righthand column under ‘Links Leaving DEC’s Website.’ Also, as a word of warning, many of the dock structures at the DEC boat launches will be removed shortly, or may have been removed already. So, please plan accordingly. Also, as a word of warning, many of the dock structures at the DEC boat launches will be removed shortly, or may have been removed already. So, please plan accordingly. April 1 was the start of the new Freshwater Fishing Regulation Guide, April 1, 2017-March 31, 2018. You can obtain a copy from a licensing agent or view it at Summary of Freshwater Fishing Regulations. Region 7: Cayuga Lake Atlantic salmon and brown trout fishing has been good in the tributaries. Just a reminder that Finger Lakes tributary fishing is from sunrise to sunset this time of year, angling is prohibited between sunset and sunrise. Lake trout are being taken by the few anglers still getting out on the lake, and are being caught at a wide range of depths from as shallow as 40 feet out to 175 feet. Skaneateles Lake The docks have been removed. Anglers fishing in 15 to 25 feet of water are getting a mixed bag of lake trout, rainbows and yellow perch. Visit the Cayuga County Tourism web page for more fun things to do on and around the water at www.tourcayuga.com!
  16. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for November 17 through December 1 at http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html. Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. Reports will be harder to come by because many anglers have pulled their boats for the season, so there will likely be few changes to the report in the coming weeks. Oswego and Wayne Counties have weekly fishing hotlines on their web sites as well and would be another good option for fishing reports; Oswego County (visitoswegocounty.com); and Wayne County (waynecountytourism.com). Though Onondaga County doesn’t have a weekly fishing report, their web site is another good source of fishing information in the region (fishonondagacounty.com). A reminder that from Nov 1 to May 1, all persons aboard any pleasure vessel less than 21 feet long must wear a Personal Floatation Device (PFD) while underway. For more information on boating regulations please view the NYS Boater’s Guide. A link can be found in the righthand column under ‘Links Leaving DEC’s Website.’ Also, as a word of warning, many of the dock structures at the DEC boat launches will be removed shortly, or may have been removed already. So, please plan accordingly. April 1 was the start of the new Freshwater Fishing Regulation Guide, April 1, 2017-March 31, 2018. You can obtain a copy from a licensing agent or view it at Summary of Freshwater Fishing Regulations. Region 7: Cayuga Lake With the high water a few weeks ago, some Atlantic salmon and brown trout entered the tributaries. Some stealth will likely be required to catch them however, now that the streams are running clear and the flow has dropped. Lake trout are being caught 70 to 90 feet down over 100 to 200 feet of water. Skaneateles Lake Anglers fishing in 15 to 25 feet of water are getting a mixed bag of lake trout, rainbows and yellow perch. Visit the Cayuga County Tourism web page for more fun things to do on and around the water at www.tourcayuga.com!
  17. DEANS COVE........ No wind on Tues.! Yay! I try to fish according to the wind. West shore....NNW wind.....go fishing.....Total....11 for 13 Lakers. Most seemed to be small, but a couple of fish were around 8 lbs. ALL fish were below 79-80 ft. Some were 100 ft. down. Saw baitfish on the bottom in 160 ft. of water. Is this normal? Some fish out in 150-160 ft. of water. My graph showed most fish on the BOTTOM. Active fish 100 ft. and above. Not a bad day to be out. ONE other boat out.....did exactly like me. YAY!
  18. Cayuga County Fishing Report for October 27 - November 10, 2017 The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for October 27 through November 10 at http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html. Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. Reports will be harder to come by because many anglers have pulled their boats for the season, so there will likely be few changes to the report in coming weeks. Oswego and Wayne Counties have weekly fishing hotlines on their web sites as well and would be another good option for fishing reports; Oswego County (visitoswegocounty.com); and Wayne County (waynecountytourism.com). Though Onondaga County doesn't have a weekly fishing report, their web site is another good source of fishing information in the region (fishonondagacounty.com). Veterans Day, November 11, has been designated as a Free Fishing Day. Anyone can fish the freshwater of the state and no license is required that day. As no license is required, it's a great time to take a friend or family member fishing. A reminder that from Nov 1 to May 1, all persons aboard any pleasure vessel less than 21 feet long must wear a Personal Floatation Device (PFD) while underway. For more information on boating regulations please view the NYS Boater's Guide. A link can be found in the righthand column under ‘Links Leaving DEC’s Website.’ Also, as a word of warning, many of the dock structures at the DEC boat launches will be removed shortly, or may have been removed already. So, please plan accordingly. April 1st was the start of the new Freshwater Fishing Regulation Guide, April 1, 2017-March 31, 2018. You can obtain a copy from a licensing agent or view it at Summary of Freshwater Fishing Regulations. Region 7: Lake Ontario The lake fishing is done for the season, most of the activity is now taking place in the tributaries. Click here to see the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
  19. Cayuga Trolling bite shut down

    Trolling bite shut down So I am new to this style of fishing. I just started to understand some of this fishing and it shuts down. Does it typically do this in the fall to winter months. If so when does it generally pick back up. Or am I totally off and they are still hitting just not what I am doing lol. Thank you for your input in advance.
  20. Cayuga County Fishing Report for October 20 - 27, 2017 The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for October 20 through October 27 at http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html. Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. Reports will be harder to come by because many anglers have pulled their boats for the season, so there will likely be few changes to the report in coming weeks. Oswego and Wayne Counties have weekly fishing hotlines on their web sites as well and would be another good option for fishing reports; Oswego County (visitoswegocounty.com); and Wayne County (waynecountytourism.com). Though Onondaga County doesn’t have a weekly fishing report, their web site is another good source of fishing information in the region (fishonondagacounty.com). April 1st was the start of the new Freshwater Fishing Regulation Guide, April 1, 2017 – March 31, 2018. You can obtain a copy from a licensing agent or view it at Summary of Freshwater Fishing Regulations. Region 7: Lake Ontario The lake fishing is pretty much done for the season with most of the activity know taking place in the tributaries. Click here to view the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
  21. Cayuga Cayuga 10/8

    Cayuga 10/8 The only good thing was no fleas! Temps were deep. we got some short salmon and a couple of small lakers. Lost a nice brown 50' behind the boat. Weeds are still a big problem. All spoon bite . almost every time we pulled rods they were fouled with weeds. Marked tons of bait and one of the lakers I cleaned had three smelt in his gut. I have not seen that in years. Wes
  22. Cayuga County Fishing Report for October 6 - 20, 2017 The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for October 6 through October 20 at http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html. Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. Reports will be harder to come by because many anglers have pulled their boats for the season, so there will likely be few changes to the report in coming weeks. Oswego and Wayne Counties have weekly fishing hotlines on their web sites as well and would be another good option for fishing reports; Oswego County (visitoswegocounty.com); and Wayne County (waynecountytourism.com). Though Onondaga County doesn't have a weekly fishing report, their web site is another good source of fishing information in the region (fishonondagacounty.com). April 1st was the start of the new Freshwater Fishing Regulation Guide, April 1, 2017-March 31, 2018. You can obtain a copy from a licensing agent or view it at Summary of Freshwater Fishing Regulations. Region 7: Lake Ontario There are still Salmon being taken from the lake, look in 50 to 100 feet of water. Most of the activity is now taking place in the rivers, though with both Chinook salmon and cohos being caught. Try for smallmouth bass in 20 to 30 feet of water with crayfish, tube jigs or drop-shot rigs. Cayuga Lake With the continued warm weather, fleas are still being a nuisance at times. So, be prepared to deal with them, just in case you run into them. Sometimes using a heavier pound monofilament helps to avoid some of the fleas, as does trolling with lines that don't run straight "up and down," as lines fished off downriggers do. Instead, try trolling with wire and Dipsey's, or copper. Vertical jigging is also another option if fleas get too bad. Lake trout fishing has slowed down in the last week but some are still being taken by vertical jigging in 85 to 90 feet of water. Trolling 70 to 90 feet down over 150 to 200 feet of water has also been working. Skaneateles Lake Trolling 40 to 60 feet down over 60 to 150 feet of water with small spoons is still working very well for lake trout and an occasional rainbow trout. Look for smallmouth bass in 15 to 35 feet of water on perch colored Rapalas, tube baits, drop-shots, topwaters, and wacky rigged stickworms (Senko style baits). Rock bass should be biting in the same areas and on the same baits. Owasco Lake Like Cayuga, fleas have been a nuisance at times, so be prepared to deal with them just in case (see Cayuga Lake above for tips on fleas). Lake trout are being taken 80 to 100 feet down on spoons or flasher and flies. A few rainbow trout are also being caught 40 to 60 feet down on small spoons over the same depths. Visit the Cayuga County Tourism web page for more fun things to do on and around the water at www.tourcayuga.com!
  23. Cayuga County Fishing Report for September 22-29, 2017 The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for September 22 through 29 at http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html. Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. September 23, 2017 has been designated as a free fishing day. Anyone can fish in the freshwaters of NY on that day and no license is required, making it the perfect time to take a friend or relative fishing. A number of county web sites offer good information on fishing in the region, including bait shops, guides, etc. A few examples are: Onondaga County (fishonondagacounty.com); Oswego County (visitoswegocounty.com); and Wayne County (waynecountytourism.com). Oswego and Wayne counties also have a weekly fishing hotline on their web page, as well. April 1st was the start of the new Freshwater Fishing Regulation Guide, April 1, 2017-March 31, 2018. You can obtain a copy from a licensing agent or view it at Summary of Freshwater Fishing Regulations. Region 7: Lake Ontario Salmon are still being found in 50 to 100 feet of water. Chinook salmon fishing continues to be good on the lake with flasher and flies or cut-bait producing the most action, with some fish being taken on J-plugs. Try for smallmouth bass in 20 to 30 feet of water with crayfish, tube jigs or drop-shot rigs. Click here to see the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
  24. Cayuga 9/22

    9/22 Fished north of long point this morning. We got 3 Lakers and 2 small bows. Green flies and spin doctor. Lots of weeds and some fleas. Nice day to be out.
  25. Cayuga Fleas

    Fleas Any update on Cayuga would be appreciated!