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We just received a bunch of rain and a little snow to top it off.  Expect things to settle out by the weekend, but now there's another bunch of debris and mud that's washed into the lake.  Seneca Lake is very high right now.  Cayuga likely is as well.  Pick up the latest edition of the New York Outdoor News for my article on shorefishing big water trout and salmon!  Lots of other great stuff in the paper as well. 

Thanks to some twist of fate, sheer luck or an act of God - whatever you want to call it, we managed to save the life of a young kayaker on Sunday.   Check the reports for the story.  Photos are up in the photo gallery!     

Seneca Lake:  Landlocked Salmon fishing is currently very good.  A few brown trout are also in the mix.   Remember that pike are out of season until the first Saturday in May and it is unlawful to target them at this time. 

DEEP laker jigging is in full swing.  We had an hour or two of excellent fishing on Wednesday 4/2  from around 120' out to 180'.  Fishing was slow for us on 4/7, but that was more due to the weather conditions as far as I could tell. 

Cayuga Lake:   Expect good DEEP jigging for lake trout here out of Long Point/Dean's Cove and around the flats North of the Power Plant.  I also expect fair to good brown trout and landlocked salmon casting and fly-casting.  We'll see!  Perch fishing should be hot at the lake's north end.

Keuka Lake: Lake trout jigging is hot out of Hammondsport with loads of lakers gorging on bait.  Expect good to excellent fishing at the State Park and Bluff too.

Skaneateles Lake:  The lake is ice-free and I expect the State Launch to open this week. Hopefully the docks will go right in!

Need laker jigheads? http://www.billysmtolures.com/ Bill has a couple styles of DEEP jigging heads as well as his usual assortment of great hair jigs and various heads and other lures! 


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