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NY
United States
42° 11' 6.6264" N, 79° 25' 51.618" W

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Fishing Report
October 24, 2014
Muskie action should continue to improve as waters start to cool down. Your best bet should be in the section of water off the weedbeds. Trollers have been picking up some suspended fish over 25 to 35 feet of water. Lyre sizes vary from 5 to 8 inches in length, with firetiger the color pattern to start with. Some walleye were starting to show up more regularly in the deeper holes. Try jigging for them with spoons, Rapalas, blade baits or shiners. The trusty jig tipped with a crawler can also produce an ’eye for you. Try Upper Dewittville Bay and off Lighthouse Point in 12-20 feet of water, according to Craig Robbins.
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Fishing Report Provided by - Todd Young
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Fishing Report
October 22, 2014
Fall really came in quickly at the lake. Water temps dropped quickly from 67 degrees down to about 57 degrees. Felt a lot like winter out there the last couple weeks. Extremely high winds made for tough fishing conditions. Muskies still hitting for us both casting and trolling. North end has cleared up nicely. If you search you can find some nice fresh green weed growth that is holding some quality muskies. South end still colored as usual but clearing up. Trolling Bakers, Wileys, Perchbaits, Boss Shads and Tuff Shads have been putting fish in the boat. Casting 8 inch Raptors and Stinger Glide Baits by FatAZmusky products have been doing the trick casting. Will be back up for 6 more days of fishing and that about wraps up my scheduled charters for the season. Will report back middle of next week.
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