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Seneca Lake: Landlocked Salmon fishing is underway with decent numbers of fish from multiple year classes around. Some nice brown trout are also roaming the same areas. Pike fishing is good. People are launching at Schamels.
We're finding some large lake trout roaming the shallows looking for food - similar to the early 2000s. It'll be interesting to see what bait numbers are like this year. Water levels were very low before the melt-off. Launching is possible though.
Cayuga Lake: Some salmon are being taken from shore at Taughannock Park but action is spotty. Fishing at AES/Millican or whatever it's called now has been very good for browns and a few salmon and rainbows. Lampreys are on some of the fish, but good numbers of browns and salmon appear to have survived the eels. Pike are also around, but keep in mind that it is illegal to target them (even for catch and release) after March 15th.
The lake was actually starting to ice up a bit. There were large expanses of thin ice over much of the length of the lake, but they dissapated on Friday.
The launch at Taughannock is still being bubbled, but is currently closed due to damage that occurred during some flooding of Rt. 89. Some work is being done on the north ramp. Looks like dredging and possibly some new concrete - I couldn't tell, but apparently there was quite a bit of damage.
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