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Grady95

Want Northerns? Fish Seneca Now!

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My fingers hurt. I'm cut up from handling the toothy buggers. My boat is slimy and stinks like heck. It's northern fishing at it's best!

They're just on the outsides of the weedbeds all up and down both sides of the lake right now. Spinner baits, thundersticks, soft swim baits, frenzys, or whatever you have in the box that you are willing to risk losing will work.

Have fun. Take band-aids!

Grady

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What size are they running? I have been chasing them on the

Seneca river, I should be into them as well, but its been extremley

tough. I'm averaging about one a trip, which is terrible. If it wasnt

for the bass occupying my time I probably wouldnt be there.

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What size are they running? I have been chasing them on the

Seneca river, I should be into them as well, but its been extremley

tough. I'm averaging about one a trip, which is terrible. If it wasnt

for the bass occupying my time I probably wouldnt be there.

Hey, I'll trade you the bass for the critters! They're are a lot of schoolies in the 22"-25" range, but some larger stuff is there. If you are looking for good eating fish, these make nice table fare. You can box out in an hour if it is like what I hit into on Sunday. There are probably bass as well, but I can't get to them. Good luck...

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