Cayuga out of Taughannock 9/10


Did a 1/2 day with the Hermans. Fishing started out promising around 7 am when Eleonore landed a solid laker on her first drop with the jig. We fished N. of AES and fish are still abundant in 85′ to 90′ of water. A couple more fish were landed and one solid one lost (due to a broken line.) Bait is still abundant. Surface temps were 69 degrees and I’d expect them to drop fairly rapidly with the cool nights and windy/cool days.

Shore fishing (with the usual eggsacks and slip sinkers) is producing lakers off the walls at Taughannock Point. It’s a good opportunity for catching lakers for the non-boat owner or shorefisher with little time.