Yeah, I talked to a guy at the launch for a little bit waiting for sun up to better gauge the weather and he told me when he gets blown off of Lake Ontario, he heads down to Lake Cayuga... the browns and lakers aren't as big as ontario but there are more of them. I may go camping up there this summer and try it out.Well atleast you got some fish..Weather is a big player up in the big O.
I didn't get a close enough look... their guts stuck out too far. I weigh about 250 and they made me look like a little man.How many teeth did them women have? Or was it tooth?
Whadya get? Any size? Any pics? What were you using? Trolling or live bait? How deep? Where on the lake? What's your favorite color? What's your middle name? You get the picture... need more info.Waiting to get the results. We did good.
What did you mean by that anyway? I noticed it in the last few years getting overfished... that's why I normally fish there late in the evening or even at night.It is a hard place to fish now. It's not like it was 5 years ago