Come experience the best fishing the Finger Lakes have to offer! 

August dates are filling rapidly.   I have the 9th,14th (PM Cayuga only,) and 29, 30 and 31st.  Things change fairly often with dates being moved around, so inquiring never hurts. 

September availability is as follows:   I have the 2nd - 5th 7th, 8th, 12th, 13th and then most of the rest of the month.  Mondays and Tuesdays (after the 7th/8th) are AM 1/2 days only.

Cayuga Lake:  Lake trout fishing is good to excellent with fish fairly well-distributed throughout the mid to lower portions of the lake.  Salmon, browns and rainbows are showing up too. Bass, pickerel and a few pike are hitting on the northern portion of the lake. Panfishing should be good.

Seneca Lake:  Lake trout fishing has been good to very good.  Expect good numbers of the larger migratory fish to begin moving down the lake (e.g. to Sampson and below.) 

Skaneateles Lake:  Smallmouth bass fishing is good.   Lake trout, perch and rockbass are also hitting.   

Owasco Lake:  Expect fair to good lake trout and bass fishing here.  Action for lakers should start picking up this month.  Some nice perch are hitting.

Otisco Lake:  Tiger Musky and bass fishing is good.

Keuka Lake:  Lake trout fishing varies but is generally fair to good this time of year.   Bass fishing has been good to very good.  Peak fishing for lakers here is October - November.

Interested in learning how to fly-fish?  Maybe you want some flies tied for you or you'd like to fly-fish the streams or try for a carp on the fly.  If so, check out my friend Eric's website and guiding at:

http://streamflowflyfishing.wix.com/flyfishing

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!

Gift Certificates are available at any time for any occasion! Contact information is below:

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