Cayuga Lake out of Myers Park 9/2 AM + 9/4
9/2 AM: Guided Tim and his boys, Benjamin (13 years old) and Paul (9 years old.) We were underway by 7:15 am. Fishing was generally good throughout the morning. Everyone caught at least a couple fish and we just made it into the double-digits with fish running up to over 29″ long. We wound up keeping two – one that we planned on keeping and one that was hooked mortally that we couldn’t release. Fishing remains very good throughout the lake – although I can’t report on the Long Point area since I haven’t been up that way in a while.
Another shot of Ben
On the way back to the park after a great morning on the water
9/4: Guided Doug and his grandson Wes for a full day starting just after 7 am. I’ve guided Doug for over 10 years – sometimes with his son but mostly with Wesley. Wes has really blossomed into quite an angler over the years. We had another solid day today just hitting double-digits again. The bite started out pretty hot and then slowed down a bit as the cloud cover moved in. We had another late bite window just before we called it a day. The guys had a good drive ahead of them and needed to be off the water slightly before what would have been our normal quitting time after a full day.
Wes and his grandfather took photos of every fish landed today. Below are some of the better shots of the nicer fish.
The water has cleared up some more over the past couple of days. We now have around 4′ or more visibility on Cayuga Lake. With cool temperatures at night, I expect the clarity to continue to improve.