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rustyrat

Cayuga 6/18, 6/19

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Pretty choppy in the mornings.  Decent fishing.  Skinny water has a lot of small landlocks and I fished that briefly and headed out deeper.   Morning bite was slow and that happens every time there is a full moon and clear conditions.  The mid morning bite was very good with the riggers parked in the 55 degree water with sliders.  Gold or copper cupped spoons in orange, pink and green did some lakers and some salmon with sliders in pink did some really nice bows.  Divers out 225 to 250 with green paddles and with white files took some dandy lakers mid morning and never shut off.  Last week I had a good laker bite at Deans in 90 to 120 but this week they were completely gone.  Most fish were caught in 200 to 250 fow.  We had several landlocks 6 to 8 lbs and bows were right around the 5lb mark.  Lakers were in the 6 to 10 lb range.   

Not fast and furious but a good steady pick of quality fish from 9:30 to 2:00. 

I wont be out next weekend, headed to the Mirimachi river for some Atlantic Salmon fishing.  Be back for the 4th of July with a few more charters.  Good fishing to all.

RR

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Thanks for the  great report! Good luck on the salmon trip, that sounds AMAZING! A New Brunswick salmon trip is on my bucket list.

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Curious what size divers most guys are using on Cayuga. Thanks.

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Thanks guys. Rusty sounds like a great day of fishing. I love watching the salmon fly out of the water!

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The weather this week has keep us home bound.  I am even painting the porch (blah-don't like to paint).....jk

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