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 You can try off the bulkheads at Taughannock, always guys there, but its slower than picky most times, until it warms up a little..

You might fish   five days without a hit, and then on the 6th , catch 2 keepers your first 2 casts.. the fish are simply not always in that close, especially this time of year. . Best time to do well from shore is when the sawbellies come in close to spawn, usually  in late June.. The lakers browns and salmon come in close to shore to feed on them, and your chances of catching are decent IF you  use live sawbellies.
 Only problem is that every other shore bound fisherman is there as well, and you are casting over one anothers shoulders... Not my bag....... bob

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