Seneca Lake out of Geneva 7/3


Guided Todd and his buddies Frankie and Sal for 1/2 day starting just after 6 am. Loads of fish remain on the flats off of Geneva/Belhurst but the bite was spotty. Some of it likely had to do with the weather conditions – we had alternating clouds and sun after a lot of steady weather. The guys still did well with 1/2 dozen fish landed to 28″ or so. The thermocline was down around 50′ and we did well from about 50′ to 90′. I will be on Cayuga Lake a bit more over the next month and am looking forward to fishing closer to home, but Seneca Lake should be hot for awhile yet. The fish I cleaned were PACKED with bait. We had one or two hatchery fish, but most are wild and in good shape lamprey-wise. It was a fun trip!