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Anyone know or hear anything on whether they might repair the boat ramp at Taughannock Falls State Park?  The concrete is all busted up and it's tough to get any good traction pulling the boat out of water.  It seems it got a lot worse over the past year.  Small ramp, likely wouldn't cost that much to pour some fresh concrete and maybe add a few ribs for better traction.  Would be a great thing if they fixed it for 2020.

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Well you're right about that.  He'll hopefully hear more complaints this summer.  Still usable and yeah the bubbler is great.  Got out on Friday for a couple hrs, 8 lakers, 1 LL

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Well you're right about that.  He'll hopefully hear more complaints this summer.  Still usable and yeah the bubbler is great.  Got out on Friday for a couple hrs, 8 lakers, 1 LL
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Nice! We’ll be back out this weekend.


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20 hours ago, Tominatorny said:

How deep were you finding the lakers? Thanks for any pointers

 

The lakers are everywhere this time of year.  I've been catching them in as little as 14 fow all the way out to 360 fow and everywhere in between.  The cold water makes them roam around wherever they please.  In the deeper water I've been running spoons/stickbaits 30-50 feet down.

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17 hours ago, Trouthunter said:

Nice Landlock about how heavy & length & depth

 

 

Thanks, yeah it was nice looking but not real big... 20.5" and 3.25 pounds.  Got it on a stickbait just 5 ft under the surface in about 60 fow.

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