It is large, complex, and diverse, with distinct regional identities. Due to the distances involved, travelling between regions can be time-consuming and expensive. Geography Appalachians in Georgia The contiguous United States or "Lower 48" the 48 states other than Alaska and Hawaii are bounded by the Atlantic Ocean to the east, the Pacific Ocean to the west and the Gulf of Mexico to the south, with much of the population living on these three coasts or along the Great Lakes, which are sometimes dubbed another "coast". Its only land borders — both quite long — are shared with Canada to the north and Mexico to the south.
I can't blame anybody, November fishing can be fantastic. Guided Scott and his wife Galina for a 6 hour day. They are both accomplished fly-fishers and casters so that's what we did all day long.
Conditions were pretty good for pike fishing. Galina started things off by having some follows including a group of nice smallmouths, which is good to see these days on Cayuga and dropping a pike or pickerel. Scott landed the first fish which was a solid He then nabbed a 25" citation sized pickerel and two nice pike running 29" and 31" if I remember right.
We tried a few different flies and Galina who is an excellent caster as well caught her first pickerel then a decent pike. We also saw a few good pike swimming around down in the weeds.
Instead of cancelling or postponing our trip due to the weather today, we took a wait 'n see approach. It proved to be correct and Kevin and Drew had a great morning of fishing, mainly casting hair jigs and tubes.
The guys didn't want any fish to keep so they gave me their perch. I wound up with around 25 keepers running 9" to 13" or so. Around 15 perch were released as well as three hard fighting lake trout running 14" to 21" and 8 to 10 smallmouths up to over 18". Great November mixed bag action.
The weather people were right - by 11 am the wind and snow came whipping in. It was cold out but we all had a great time and were very comfortable. Water temps are still warmer than usual for this time of year - I had I usually don't see good rainbow action until maybe 51 or below, though they are in the nearshore areas now.
The colder the lake gets, the more consistent the trout bite. Hopefully the launch will stay open for a week or two yet. Derrick was out with me around 6 to 8 weeks ago fishing with his son and we had very tough conditions on Cayuga Lake with tough pickerel fishing and nearly impossible lake trout to contend with.
It was good to have him on board for some redemption. It was a little of a roll of the dice today but fortunately the guys had some good fishing despite not being able to get into town until almost 8: So we were not going to be able to hit the AM bite, but it didn't matter.
A half dozen solid pike were landed including a 35"er and a 31" and 30". All were well proportioned thick fish. Fortunately for us the conditions were good and we didn't have any problems with the heavy winds forecasted for later in the day. We were off the water by Lake levels were good.
Water temps in the low 50s. Colors are still nice out there, though many leaves have fallen. I had a lot of fun catching smallmouth bass including my personal best over here, a 21"er that weighed 4lbs 11oz.
I released everything today apart from 4 solid perch. I had around a dozen smallmouth total and around that many rockbass. My slob smallmouth came on a Silver Buddy. I also caught fish dropshotting and on hair jigs. Water temperatures here are around 54 - 56 degrees. Rainbows are starting to move in they tend to like 56 degree water while salmon and lakers tend to move in when temps are closer to 50 and below.
Docks were pulled out which is unfortunate. Usually they aren't removed here until the 2nd week in November. At least that's been my observation.
So you'll want to either power load or bring waders. Having a long bow line helps as does a good sense of balance on the dock structures. Light winds also help.8/23/18 Miracle Mile continues to fish great despite the lower flows now at cfs, a lot of fish have pushed toward the center of the river trench with the lower flows making the boat fishing good.
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