Cayuga Lake

Cayuga - New York


  • 110 catches

  • 1K+ followers

  • 41 spots

Second largest of the Finger Lakes. Outstanding year-round fishery for both coldwater and warmwater species. One of the state's best for Lake Trout and landlocked salmon. Largemouth and Smallmouth Bass also available. 42,956 acres

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Cayuga Lake Fishing Reports

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  1. 12 lb. 6 oz. 31.0 in. Lake Trout

    1. Lester Griswald 0
      Thanks
    2. Jerry Dulney 0
      Rollers not necessary. Takes 300+ ft. Of copper to get down to bottom at 70'.
      Troll slow 1.5mph
    3. Lester Griswald 0
      Jerry, what length rod and do I need rollers for the copper line?
    4. Lester Griswald 0
      Never myself but on charter out of myers, I bought line but spooled braided in stead, I think I will try that. 2-2.5 mph ? bounce a spoon off bottom, Thanks for ...more reply
    5. Jerry Dulney 0
      Ever "pull copper" ? Best way.
      Troll deep at the edges where bottom drops from 70 - 80' to 150 or more.
      Good luck
    6. Lester Griswald 0
      awesome catch, coming up next week bringing 83 yo dad and my boat staying near aurora lake side. Anyways going to try for lakers hope to get at least a couple for ...more his sake, we fish every week in pa, mainly pan fish etc. Bought new reals w counters n dipsys so going to give it our best,
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  2. added 5 more to the live well. wife and I had a great day

    7 lb. 1 oz. 28.0 in. Lake Trout

  3. 4 lb. 3 oz. Smallmouth Bass with a Berkley PowerBait MaxScent D-Worm

    1. michael marino 0
      i caught of of small mouth bass on 4 inch power grubs
  4. 7lb 14oz, Don't think I'll ever beat this one. She's released right after a couple pics.

    Smallmouth Bass with a Custom NedRig

    1. Tim Crowley 0
      True trophy!
    2. Robert Coleman 0
      Huuuuuuuge Bronzeback!!!!πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»
    3. Capt Morris Campbell 0
      Congrats!!!! Giant Smallmouth πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»
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  5. I don’t think I’ll ever beat this one. She’s released for someone else to enjoy.

    7 lb. 14 oz. 22 in. Smallmouth Bass with a custom nedrig

    1. Chad Clark 0
      that's a beast
    2. Jonathan Stewart 0
      Yea, this thing was literally 10"x10". I'm 6'2" with big hands, and I couldn't hold it by it's girth. It definitely wasn't Tom ...more Brady football.
    3. Terry Condon 0
      Those babies love them gobies. Maybe the next state record will come from there. Nice fish!
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  6. 8 caught, 5 were in this size range

    10 lb. 2 oz. 29.0 in. Lake Trout

    1. Terry Condon 0
      Hey Jerry! Nice day on the water! I was there yesterday, out of Dean's Cove looking for some bass but got skunked. Glad to see you're enjoying retirement!!
  7. Blue Catfish with a CutBait

    1. Ethan Schenck 0
      Impressive catch, but that's not a blue cat, it's a channel cat. We don't even have blues in this state
  8. Blue Catfish with a Cut Bait

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