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

Winter is just about upon us.  Water temperatures remain in the low 40s on the larger Finger Lakes.  Fishing is generally good - it's a matter of finding fishable weather.  Lake levels are low throughout the region.

As the end of the year approaches I just wanted to thank everyone who joined me onboard for making 2014 such a great and memorable season.  It was my 10th year guiding (9th full time) and I was really pleased with the fishing overall.    I'm looking forward to the next 10 years!  As always, I'll be guiding throughout the winter, so keep that in mind if the cabin fever gets bad!

Seneca Lake:   Pike fishing is good with some large fish around.  Landlocked salmon fishing is fair to good and should only get better. 

Cayuga Lake: Pike action is fair to good.  Some large fish are around.  Landlocked salmon action is underway and looks promising.   Lake trout action is good.  Pickerel fishing on the lake's north end is excellent.   Expect good perch action. 

Keuka Lake: Fishing here remains good to very good for lake trout.  Pickerel and occasional pike are available.

Owasco Lake:  Launching is available at Emerson Park.  The water level is very low here.  Lake trout action is good.  Yellow perch fishing is good to excellent.  Pike fishing should be good.

Skaneateles Lake:  Expect good fishing here for rainbow trout and landlocked salmon.  Perch and lake trout are also available.   The State Launch is closed for the season.

Need laker jigheads? 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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