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Bassin Bob

Cayuga, long point

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Fished today, late start, 11 am. Went south east side. I caught 1 laker, 3 lb. Released. 1 LL. 18 inch. Released. Looked like a torpedo! 47 deg. Water temp. Junk in the water, sticks, wood etc. Marked some fish but very slow. Threw everything. Sticks spoons etc. Downriggers, planers, flat line. Got sunburn. Great day.

 

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Damn I'm hoping to launch out of deans this weekend and hook into some fish. Any word on up that way at all?

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Sometimes it's safe to say, no word is a good word. Give her heck and good luck.

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Sometimes it's safe to say, no word is a good word. Give her heck and good luck.

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O absolutely i will be out both days having a blast with or without fish...just be nice to see some silver

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I agree there! Weather man changed it again. Let's hope he's wrong!

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I agree there! Weather man changed it again. Let's hope he's wrong!

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Yea it has changed 3 times in 3 days lol

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Trolled from 7 to 11 today out of Dean's Cove.  One 19 inch landlocked and one 14 inch rainbow.  A bit slow, but a nice day.  Did not graph much.

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Trolled from 7 to 11 today out of Dean's Cove.  One 19 inch landlocked and one 14 inch rainbow.  A bit slow, but a nice day.  Did not graph much.


Mind sharing any of your tactics you tried. How deep in how much water....if you don't mind I know I need to learn it and try on my own but I'd love a place to start

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12 minutes ago, stoneam2006 said:

 


Mind sharing any of your tactics you tried. How deep in how much water....if you don't mind I know I need to learn it and try on my own but I'd love a place to start

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What are you fishing out of or how far away can you travel after you in the water

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I'm fishing out of deans cove and would be willing to travel pretty far as I'll be trolling (hopefully)

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Launched out of long point last weekend but runoff pushed me over to west side-- jigging for lakers. Stoneam:There are lakers north of deans cove launch all the way to the silos. I was 130 to 160 FOW with 47 surface temp. The trollers were between me and the shoreline and I believe they landed lakers and landlocks I'm guessing 75 to 125 FOW. I hooked some lakers suspended 50 to 65 ft over 140. Hope that helps, good luck.

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I ran flat line off planers out 75 back 75. Took the LL on that. Down rigger down 15 20 30 40 depending on depth lure. Took the laker in 30 ft. 15 down 100 back spoon, green black dots. LL silver rebel must be 35 years old, still catches fish. Marked fish, no takers. Water loaded with crap.

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Couldn't get a good pic of the full size log out deeper chugging a long in the wind... There was a mile long debris field like this floating mat of junk shortly behind... Stay safe

 

Big chunk of wood washed up between customers dock. Gives you an idea what's out there floating around

 

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