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Cayuga 4/21

Put in at Myers and headed south until it got too muddy then back up West side. Despite the loads of debris and rain storm we had a pretty good day.  Boated 5 LLs and 2 browns as well as two large pike which was a surprise.  

 

 

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casting jigs and stickbaits in shallow, 5-20 FOW.  As someone else posted earlier, due to the amount of debris in the water, trolling would have been a real headache.

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We use pretty much the same type of sticks that we would for trolling, larger ones that are heavy enough to cast a ways. As for jigs I've experimented with lots of different types, hair jigs, "flukes" paddle tails, tubes etc.  Usually 1/8-1/2 oz.

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A shot from Stewart park and one further up fall Creek this afternoon... I think it'll be a few days before the south end is cleared up

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  Nice to see . This is mainly a trollers forum, and although I hardly ever troll, I admit you will generally catch more fish per hour trolling. That being said, especially this time of year, these fish are readily caught casting and jigging.. You will certainly catch more trolling day in and day out if its about sheer numbers, but there is something to be said for catching salmon and browns on a one handed 6-7 foot spinning rod with 8 pound test from a drifting boat instead of one that is forced to  keep moving forward to avoid  catastrophic rig   tangles.. So much more fun than trolling  if you don't need the meat .... bob

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