Cod fishing red hot; tribs still offering up good action – Finger Lakes/Southern Tier Report

(A reminder: All persons, regardless of age, aboard a pleasure vessel less than 21 feet in length must wear a Personal Flotation Device (PFD) from Nov. 1 to May 1.)

Cayuga Lake

Anglers trolling around Taughannock Point were getting lake trout and some Atlantic salmon. Fishing 20 feet down has been a good starting point for the salmon. Trolling on the south end of the lake was producing some brown trout and Atlantic salmon. Stick baits and spoons were working. Anglers getting out in boats on the north end were getting some yellow perch.

Seneca Lake

Yellow perch and black crappie fishing from the pier has been good, with fish hitting minnows, spikes and oak leaf grubs. Trolling on the surface with stick baits, streamers and spoons was working for Atlantic salmon and brown trout. Lake trout were hitting spoons fished 100 to 120 feet down.

Skaneateles Lake

Anglers getting out in boats on the south and north ends were catching yellow perch.

Susquehanna, Chenango, Tioughnioga and Unadilla rivers

Not hearing much now that walleye season has closed.

Whitney Point Reservoir

Not much happening with the closure of walleye season March 15.

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