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Finger Lakes/Southern Tier Fishing Report – November 28th, 2014

Cayuga Lake: Trolling 70 to 90 feet down with spoons or flasher and flies was still producing some lake trout for a few hardy anglers.
Seneca Lake: Some brown trout and landlocked salmon can be found near major creek mouths. A few are even starting to enter the lower portions of tributaries like Catharine Creek and Keuka Outlet. Yellow perch and pike fishing has been picking up. Try along any weed lines for pike and in 30 feet or more for yellow perch.
Canandaigua Lake: Nothing to report. 
Keuka Lake: Jigging for lakers has been productive when conditions allowed. Try The Bluff area or off of major points in 90 to 110 feet of water. Very few reports for other species. Yellow perch fishing can be good on Keuka this time of year.
Owasco Lake: Trolling 80 to 90 feet down over 120 to 160 foot of water was yielding lakers
Skaneateles Lake: A few rainbows were being taken on the standard marshmallow and worm rig.
Susquehanna, Chenango, Tioughnioga and Unadilla rivers: Not hearing anything with deer season in full swing.
Whitney Point Reservoir: The docks were set to be pulled.

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