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NY
United States
43° 12' 4.2192" N, 75° 54' 48.4812" W

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Fishing Report
October 24, 2014

Yellow perch fishing has been good in the 12- to 15-foot depth range, with minnows working best. Walleye were still being taken in 30 to 40 feet of water with stick baits, blade baits, bucktail jigs tipped with night crawlers and worm harnesses all working. It shouldn't be long before the shore walleye bite starts to pick up; some more seasonable weather would help. A few anglers have been out, but overall the night bite has been slow. Casting stick baits from shore just before and after dark can often be very good in the fall on Oneida. Bass fishing has been good both shallow and deep. Bass were still keying on young of the year gizzard shad or yellow perch. Anglers using Alabama rigs with swimbaits have been having some good action. Gizzard shad are running small this year so it may pay to downsize your baits.

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August 13, 2014

Fishing has been slow at these impoundments, however as fall approaches the Channel Cat fishing will improve. Shiners off of the bottom in the early evening have been a very profitable offering in the past. (Please note: These impoundments are closed after dusk and before sunrise).

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