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Open dates:   

July: 6th - 8th, 12th -13th, 20th,  25th - 28th.

August:  1st, 4th - 8th, 10th, 17th, 18th, 24th - 29th, 31st.

September:  1st, 3rd,  5th, 7th 12th, 14th, 15th, 19th - 22nd, 25th - 29th.

Cayuga Lake: Laker action was great Saturday and much slower on Sunday.  Down-temps changed drastically during the last few days.  Pickerel action is very good with the condition of the fish improving as they are feeding heavily on alewives.  A few pike are in the mix up north. A lot of bass are spawning but many should be post-spawn soon.  Yellow perch are showing up in midlake areas.

Seneca Lake:  Lake trout jigging ranges from good to very good;  it's the first time I've probably typed that in 5 years and it feels good on my fingers!   Northern pike fishing is fair.

The launch at Sampson State Park is scheduled to open at the end of June/early July.  I would bet early July from what I saw.  The new launch (yes - the ramps were redone) looks great as does the marina.  They are finishing work on the parking lots.

Skaneateles Lake:   Expect fair to good bass fishing with most fish likely spawning. Rockbass are ubiquitous.  Some good sized perch are shallow.  Water level is high and the water is cloudy, which is rare for this lake.  Surface temps are around 58/59.

Owasco Lake: Action for lake trout, bass, pike and perch should be fair to good.

Keuka Lake:  Laker action should be good to excellent here with the lack of baitfish.   Pickerel are abundant throughout the lake.  Expect good bass fishing here too.

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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