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Fished out of Deans this morning with Reel Doc. The laker bite is still as good as it has been.  Wire divers with paddle , green or white flies did most of the damage.Just a few fish on rigger spoons.Probably around a dozen fish . Fished close to four hours.The launch at Deans is real shallow. WE did not run any top lines.There was a stout west wind. Here is the best one released to fight another day.

Thanks for the trip Reel Doc ..

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Compared to the last few trips out from both Deans and Taughannock, today the fish were in a much more active feeding mood.  Had to add this pic showing Stan was bringing in some heavy loads too!  :smile:

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Good going fellas. Hopefully you were hugging the west side today ...that wind was pretty stiff here anyway.

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1 hour ago, katydid said:

Never have fished in the winter before. Are they still 80-100 feet down?

100 plus was better in 100-140 fow.  Stayed on the West side and didn't mind the wind as the bite kept us busy until 10:30.   Bite slowed, wind felt colder and we were back in by 11:30.  Really a nice morning for January.....

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Nice work!  I was out just for an hour or so late afternoon today, launched at Treman.  Pretty shallow getting out but made it ok with the motor tilted up.  Landed just one 7 lb laker, in only 10 fow on a stickbait.  A few days ago got a LL  near t falls about 20".  Always looking for those mildish winter days to get out there for a bit, so refreshing.

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