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NY Cayuga Lake - Fishing

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Lat: 42.459435
Lng: -76.511536

Marker owner: fili123

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Marker Description: Cayuga is the longest of the five major Finger Lakes. It is 38.3 miles long and up to 2 miles wide at certain sections, giving it an area of about 66 square miles. Excluding the Great Lakes, it is the second deepest lake east of the Rockies with a depth of 435 feet. Within Cayuga Lake is Frontenac Island, known for its northern pike population and good fishing.It is one of two major Finger Lake islands.

For fishermen, Cayuga Lake has lake, brown and rainbow trout. For the warm water species angler, smallmouth and largemouth bass, northern pike and pickerel can be brought to the net. Cayuga didn't forget the panfisherman with its perch, bluegill, crappie, rockbass, bullhead and others.

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