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FLTA Cayuga tourney

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Hello, I am speaking from a new account (old account Bswinn) just wanted to know who is planning on participating this Sunday on Cayuga? I am planning on possibly heading out of deans if weather permits but I normally jig over on Cayuga so I will have to experiment different tactics. Judging by recent talk of Cayuga Downriggers and dipsys sound promising but I might have to play it safe with a Seth green. Weather looks iffy good luck to the other participants!

 

 

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Haven’t heard about this tourney but I’m planning to be out fishing this weekend, so how do I sign up or find info about it? Just googled can’t find anything. Thanks 

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It's a club tournament... have to be a member of the FLTA to enter.  They're always looking for new members for any fisherman/trollers interested in joining.  It's a $20 per boat yearly membership, plus $25 per tournament.  They typically have 10 tournaments per year, 5 different lakes, 2 on each.  This year, the first 3 were canceled due to the virus.  Trolling is the only method for fishing allowed in the FLTA.   I'll be there Sunday, weather permitting.  Good luck.  Anybody interested in joining the club PM me and I can put you in touch with the guys that organize it.

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If there is a tourney please post!

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Sunday sounds like Dean's cove will be slamm Saturday's weather wash out Finger Lakes trolling Association and the bass guys , weekend Fishermen then the pleasure boaters.

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Yeah all it takes is the bass guys to clog up the ramp area parking their boats in that tiny area prior to start to make it less fun than normal:lol:

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I use bass for cut bait to catch big catfish ,bass work good.

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I spoke to couple of those bass guys Friday morning in Montezuma. They said they we fishing Cayuga Lake for their Pennsylvania State Bass Tournament. I asked shouldn’t the Pennsylvania State Tournament be in Pennsylvania? I don’t care, I just thought it was funny.


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I spoke to couple of those bass guys Friday morning in Montezuma. They said they we fishing Cayuga Lake for their Pennsylvania State Bass Tournament. I asked shouldn’t the Pennsylvania State Tournament be in Pennsylvania? I don’t care, I just thought it was funny.


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I guess it depends on how good your livewell is and if you can drive fast haha


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