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Caught many lakers over 10 pounds north on cayuga jigging in 140 water. Enclosed picture of wife with one. Great day

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Caught many lakers over 10 pounds north on cayuga jigging in 140 water. Enclosed picture of wife with one. Great day
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Nice! Were you picking them right off the bottom?


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Yes - fished out of long point. jigged on the bottom then reeled up  and thats when they took the jig.. Used a 1.5 jig with a white ice tube...

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We did fish into 80 feet but no lakers or bait. Bait was at 140 and thats where the lakers were. It was calm so no problem getting down.

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Still deep......oh well. THANKS!

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So do I. First time I tried it, I got pissed off because they would not hit off the bottom. So I furiously reeled up....and....BAM!  So cool.

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We picked up a couple as well trolling. One hand over 15 alewives in her belly. And a fluke with no hook. 

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"And a fluke with no hook."   What do you mean?????????

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i think he is referring to a plastic "fluke" that attacches to the jig but it didn't have a jig ....:smile: I've found all sorts of stuff in lakers including a rusted Roostertail spinner, and part of aa rubber worm. They are basically scavengers and opportunists. Same with the big  browns

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