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Over the last month I've been adding some photos from 2014/2015 to the galleries. I finally received great quality shots of the 46" Tiger Musky from last November and they've been posted. More fishing photos are on the way.
I'm looking forward to this week's warmup! We'll see what the lakes have to offer with regards to salmon fishing this year. There are some quality fish in Seneca and Cayuga Lakes. Just how widespread and abundant they are is the question. I have plenty of availability in April and onwards.
Seneca Lake: Salmon fishing is fair to good. It's hard to know what to make of the fishing so far. Nice sized brown trout are also available. Lake trout action was slow for us, though it should be good in general. Open launches include Severne, Lodi, Schamels and Roy's at the very least.
Cayuga Lake: Launching is now available at Taughannock. The lake level is still very, very low. Expect fair to good salmon, brown and lake trout fishing. Fishing around the power plant has run the gamut of hot to cold.
Long Point's launch still has some thick ice in the ramp area (as of 3/26.) Most of the marina is open. Myers Ramp is ice-free as of 3/27.
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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