NJFirman

Cayuga 3/13

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Launched out of Deans Cove and the lake was glass all day. Fished from 8-3 and landed 8 lakers. Missed a lot of short grabs. Water temper were 39, found fish from 150-50 FOW.post-159821-1457907645175_thumb.jpgpost-159821-14579076628174_thumb.jpgpost-159821-14579076717851_thumb.jpg

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Yeah they were scattered, it took a lot of looking for individuals and trying to get them interested then moving and starting over again

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Well done - I know that stretch - Heres some cottage trivia -the one fancy stone camp is owned by the CEO of Angies list.

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If boat is less than 22ft and not anchored or tied to dock, ALL people on board must have them on from Nov1-May1 in NYS

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I just looked that up, I had no idea there was a seasonality on something like that. Great to know, thanks Fishy!

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Not to contradict anyone because I think it's safe to always have them on in on the cold waters, NYS Nav Law Sec 40.1e states "anyone underway in boat less than 21 feet Nov 1-May 1 must wear them". If your jigging and not underway your legal. Just not as safe as you could be. Those are some solid fish. Thanks for sharing!

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 If your jigging and not underway your legal. Just not as safe as you could be. Those are some solid fish. Thanks for sharing!

 

 

you are still underway while jigging.... underway making way is moving

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You are underway from Nov-may if you are not anchored or tied to fixed object. If you don't believe me like some on Keuka lake call the DEC or sherriffs

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Fishy, by definition of underway your correct, your 22 ft was incorrect. That's what flagged me.

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