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Although the Finger Lakes have similarities they also have important differences as well. It could prove helpful to mention the particular lake (s) you are interested in and the particular species and what specific setups you have or intend to use.:smile:

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:smile: Still going...after a couple hundred pages i had to take a break from it:lol:  but need to get back to it. The pics will take some more time. Thanks for asking Lucky

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Hi
I will try this again I guess the first reply didn't go through. I mostly fished Cayuga. Was using down riggers,leadcore and an occasional dippsy. Fished mostly over 100 feet for Lakers. Used 3 3/4 Michigan Stingers. We also picked up a few landlocked and bows.
Thanks Jerry

Although the Finger Lakes have similarities they also have important differences as well. It could prove helpful to mention the particular lake (s) you are interested in and the particular species and what specific setups you have or intend to use.


Sent from my SM-S102DL using Lake Ontario United mobile app

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You can run Dreanweaver flashers with a trailer fly off your dipsey and catch lakers practically year round.  I'm a fan of A-Tomik flies but others may have personal preferences. White or green white combos do well.  Pics from this year show some examples.

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