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Lake fishing on Saturday

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With the winds being light on Saturday we want to chase some kings between olcott and the niagara river. Any advice on depths to start. With the cold water I would assume it would be a spoon program. Thanks for any help. This will be a first for this time of the year

 

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Head out deep (400’) fish 20-40’ down for 1year olds. For size 200’-300’ FOW anywhere from 60’ to the bottom. You will see deep bait on bottom and the older year classes should be there. Use your graph. A slow spoon or deep meat program should work. 

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Head out deep (400’) fish 20-40’ down for 1year olds. For size 200’-300’ FOW anywhere from 60’ to the bottom. You will see deep bait on bottom and the older year classes should be there. Use your graph. A slow spoon or deep meat program should work. 
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Dissapointed today. Made all the way down to the launch but last night some ice blew to the south shore. The harbor had too much to get out. From what I could tell it was 1/2" thick. Not worth it. Too bad cause the lake looked good.  

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Did you go to the canal or the park just outside of Ithaca I forgot the name of it but taughannock falls has a bubbler system 

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My bad . Took it for granite it was the finger lakes.

 

Thanks Gill-T

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