Finger Lakes/Southern Tier Fishing Reports

Finger Lakes/Southern Tier Fishing Report - April 18th, 2014

Trout streams stocked earlier this month include:

Broome County: Chenango Lake, Dudley Creek, Nanticoke Creek, and East Branch Nanticoke Creek

Cayuga County: Fall Creek

Tioga County: East Branch of Owego Creek, Owego Creek, and West Branch of Owego Creek

Tompkins County: Enfield Creek, Virgil Creek, Buttermilk Creek, Salmon Creek, Fall Creek and Sixmile Creek.

Chemung County: Post Creek, Sing Sing Creek, Newtown Creek, Cayuta Creek, and Wyncoop Creek.

Steuben County: Post Creek, Cohocton River, Canisteo River, Bennett Creek, Canaseraga Creek and Meads Creek.

Seneca County: Canoga Creek

Seneca Lake: Anglers fishing the south end were getting yellow perch and trollers were getting a mix of trout and salmon. Many of the streams are high and colored but fishing should improve when they settle down.

Canandaigua Lake: No report.

Keuka Lake: Some anglers were getting out in open water and jigging up some lake trout.

Cayuga, Owasco, and Skaneateles lakes: Many of the streams were high, making fishing difficult.

Susquehanna, Chenango, Tioughnioga and Unadilla rivers: Rivers have been unfishable of late.

Whitney Point Reservoir: No new fishing information to report as the reservoir is up and there was still ice, albeit unsafe now.

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