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• Canandaigua Lake — A few lakers on the south end of the lake from Woodville down, especially on the west side. Try with spin doctor and green fly in 180 feet, down around 70. Green fly with dipsy diver trolled at around 50 feet landing some rainbows. Fathead minnows and crabs hooking quite a few perch around the northeast end of the lake. Bass shiners and crabs landing a few small-mouth.
• Honeoye Lake — The old stand-bys — nightcrawlers and bass shiners — are hooking quite a few bass here. Buzz and spinner baits fished over the weeds hooking a few lakers. Drifting with soft tail jigs with leeches landing quite a few walleye. Spikes and wax worms hooking quite a few bluegill and sunfish. Most have moved in close to shore.
• Canadice and Hemlock lakes — Nightcrawlers, crabs and bass shiners fished in the early evening hooking quite a few small-mouth. Fathead minnows and jigs with wax worms landing crappie on both lakes.
• Conesus Lake — Trolling in the early evening with buzz and spinner baits or pike shiners should hook a few Northern Pike. Jigs and worm harness should land a few walleye.
• Seneca Lake — Dragging copper hooking a few lakers along the bottom. Try around 200 feet. Nice sized rainbows being hooked deep while trolling. Some salmon, also. Both at around 500 feet. Don’t be surprised if a laker or two jump on as well. Soft-shell crabs, when fished around the points, landing quite a few perch. Trolling with spoons working well. Poppers and bass shiners hooking a few northern pike. Worms fished in Glass Factory Bay hooking a few bluegill. Reports a couple of days ago of real bad weeds on the east side.
• Lake Ontario — Trolling at 50 to 70 feet down in over 70 to 120 feet with spoons off riggers landing a few browns and some steelhead. Salmon should be found in 130 feet, down about 85 feet. Pike should be hitting in the bays. Apparently rubber baits working best. Look for small-mouth when trolling with divers at around 15 to 20 feet.