heres where ther biting this weekend in New York• Keuka Lake — Perch and bass are both doing real well on the Branchport arm of the lake. Small crayfish and fathead minnows seem to be working best. Might still be able to also find a few perch around the outside of weed beds. Penn Yan branch of the lake still should be good for decent-sized panfish when fished with worms.
• Canandaigua Lake — Crappies still found around the Woodville and general south area of the lake while the dropoff at both ends of the lake should still be pretty good for perch. Also try around the Butler Road area. Bass shiners and crabs hooking a few small-mouth at points all over the lake.
• Honeoye Lake — Spikes and wax worms fished in close should still be hooking some nice bluegill and sunfish. Spinner and buzz baits fished over the weeds should yield a few perch. Drifting with soft-tail jigs and leeches still should be hooking a few walleye.
• Canadice and Hemlock lakes — Jigs tipped with spikes or wax worms hooking a few crappies. Some bass being hooked at around 30 feet on nightcrawlers and crabs.
• Conesus Lake — Trolling with rapalas and thundersticks hooking a few Northern Pike here. Pike shiners also working.
• Cayuga Lake — No changes from last week here either. Perch and panfish should still be found around five miles south of the State Park when fished near the bottom with minnows and crawlers.
• Seneca Lake — Pulling straight copper at 100 feet hooking a few trout. Pike also being hooked here when fished around the weed beds in about 20 feet. Plenty of perch being hooked at around 35 feet. Rubber tails, minnows and spikes fished around Reeds and Kashong points should also yield a few perch.
• Lake Ontario — A lot of perch being hooked off piers and other structures on little jigs, spikes and minnows. Salmon should be moving to around 100 to 200 feet, about 50 feet down. As the temperatures start to drop the salmon should start to move in. Trolling with crank baits at around 20 feet near the Pultneyville area hooking quite a few smallmouth.