Seneca Lake out of Geneva 6/29
Another full day of guiding – here’s how things went:
6/29 AM: Did a 1/2 day starting at 6 am with Frank and his dad Gary. Fishing was very good to excellent to start with plenty of fish out from around 47′ on out. Some large fish were in the mix with Gary landing and releasing a 33″ beauty that likely weighed 11lbs or more. We kept a 29″ fish that was very fat – it weighed 9lbs 10oz – basically almost like a brown trout! Fish were full of bait and fighting well.
6/29 PM: Started at 11:30 am with Jacek, who’s a surgeon in his homeland of Poland. Fishing started out good, then slowed, then picked up again. All in all very good fishing and he landed 11 nice lakers! Wrapped up the full day at 7:30 pm. Long, but productive day out there. Surface temps are around 70 degrees. We took fish out to 120′ of water.