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

Open dates in July:  9th, 16th, 26th, 28th. 

Open dates in August:  2nd, 4th, 7th, 9th, 17th, 20th, 25th, 27th - 28th, 30th -31st.

September through the rest of the year remain wide-open for bookings.

Cayuga Lake:  Lake trout jigging is back to fine form.  Fish have ranged from around 40' out to 110' - and likely deeper.  A few salmon have been showing up for us in the same areas.  Bass season is underway. Pickerel fishing is fair to good.

Owasco Lake:  Smallmouth bass fishing is good here with a lot of fish still shallow.  Lake trout fishing is fair to good (not on a par with Cayuga by any means.)  Perch are everywhere shallow.  Pike are available.

Skaneateles Lake:  Smallmouth bass fishing is good.  Rockbass and perch are in the mix.  

Seneca Lake:  Lake trout jigging continues to be very slow.  Expect fair pike action here.

Keuka Lake:  Lake trout fishing continues to be good around the Bluff area according to reports I have received from Angling Zone friend Al.  DEC is contemplating the re-introduction of ciscoes and possible lake whitefish to this lake.  I have never caught a cisco or whitefish and would be impressed if these species took hold.  

Otisco Lake:  Tiger musky fishing has reportedly been slow for the most part.  Bass action has been good with spawning winding down.

FOR SALE:  DIAMONDBACK DIAMONDFLY:  This is a 9' 6 weight rod that I received direct from Cortland as a warranty replacement for a Diamondback Backwater Rod that I broke. It is in mint/brand new condition with a rod tube.  Gorgeous rod.  Medium/fast action. They retail for just under $300.  To me they feel/fish more like a $200 rod - so that's my asking price:  $200.   

Need laker jigheads? http://www.billysmtolures.com/ 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!

Gift Certificates are available at any time for any occasion! Contact information is below:

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