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Anyone had any late fall success? I went out this morning with my Dad. Bright and early we ran two Seth green rigs with sutton spoons, then I switched one to some stick baits. We trolled till 10:30ish in and out of 40-80fow. Only had one bite about 50ft down on the bottom rapal, a nice 20" smallie but that was it. I'm looking for trout but can't seem to find any. post-160967-14781002807997_thumb.jpg

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That is a pretty fish, I have never had much luck in that lake.  As you we only got a few smallies but n that big.....jk

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Talked w/guy @ launch in summer after a days fishing. He caught 3 bows drifting with worms and jigging in 35 fow. They should be up higher even now. I hooked a steely @ Niagara in 12 ft last wk. My suggestion would be find the baitfish. If the wind is blowing from West fish the East side. Wind will push bait.

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The lakers are spawning and structure oriented this time of year. Leave the trolling gear at home and use your electronics to find them and jig.

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Zack, how big is that laker you are holding?  Jigging?  If so I am jealous, good job.....jk

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That was a 22# from canandaigua trolling in the spring. We have gotten several lakers well into the teens and some approaching 20 from canadice and hemlock though while jigging. I know there are 20+ pounders in both lakes

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Wow that is great, our biggest out of Keyuka Lake is only 32 inches and we have caught at least 2,000 lakers there.  In  Cayuga our biggest is  only 34 inches(many 30" though) but have only caught 250 there.  No rainbows jigging and only 5 browns, one 12 pounds.  Small mouth bass, half of them are over 18 inches, big fat and they come to the surface fast.  We have had a hard time to get anything out of Hemlock and never fished Canadice.  We have lost a lot big fish but didn't think any were that big, how do we know, we guess.  We don't troll, but have friends that always ask us to go.  Much rather jig.....jk

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There are giant 5-7lbs smallies in Canadice you will get them trolling for trout in May over points 15-25 fow

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It would be a good time for the State to do launch repairs.  I have never seen that lake so low.  Can't use the south launch for anything. 


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Met someone at Webster this weekend who fishes Hemlock a lot, hope he reads this and gets in touch with me......jk

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It is but I would like to meet up with this guy and this is the only way I know to get in touch with him,  Sorry to bug you that was not my intent.....jk

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It is but I would like to meet up with this guy and this is the only way I know to get in touch with him,  Sorry to bug you that was not my intent.....jk

Not you.

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