Honeoye and Conesus Lake Reports
Posted by Fank Tennity on June 4, 2015, 11:11 am
Honeoye lake has been producing large numbers of early C & R bass. Fish have been caught from 2-12 feet deep depending on the temperature of the water. Afternoon and evenings have produced the largest number of bass, with both wacky and Texas rigged worms. Colors have varied with water clarity and light conditions. If you are not getting bit, change something, either bait color, presentation or location. Present your baits slow and then slow down more. Many bites come while the bait is dead sticked or just moved and inch or two. |
Conesus was a bit of a challenge on Tuesday. The rain had dirtied the water and the temperature was 62 degrees. As the skies brightened and the sun came out water temperature increased and so did the fish activity. The water was starting to clear up in mid afternoon so the fish should be able see your bait from a longer distance, which will improve the bite. Tubes and wacky rigs fooled a fews nice bass. Fish slow and pay close attention how active the bass are biting. They were not chasing our presentations on Tuesday. Be patient and good fishing.