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Date 27-Mar-15
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Conditions : Cayuga Lake: Conditions are similar to last week and are varying greatly depending on the day, time of day and location on the lake, as far as travel goes. There are areas where there is crust on top of the snow and slush that you can walk on, there are also areas you can't and are breaking through. Time of day can make a difference with this, as in the early morning (on nights when it's been freezing) there is a good crust, but by mid-day it can be gone. There are also spots where the snow has melted off and the ice is very slick requiring cleats, etc. to walk on. So, be prepared to deal with a variety of conditions even on the same water. Watch out for areas of flowing water with the recent thaw, like stream/river mouths, culverts, etc. Also be careful along shore as there are spots where the shore ice has deteriorated from the thaw/rain last weekend.

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About: - Cayuga Lake is the longest of western New York's glacial Finger Lakes, and is the second largest in surface area (marginally smaller than Seneca Lake) and volume. It is just under 40 miles long. Its average width is 1.7 miles, and it is 3.5 miles wide at its widest point near Aurora. It is approximately 435 feet deep at its deepest point.

The fish population is managed and substantial sport fishing is practised, including smelt, lake trout and smallmouth bass fishing.

Cayuga lake is very popular among recreational boaters. A large state marina and boat launch is located at the southern end of the lake in Ithaca (Allan H. Treman State Marine Park, the largest inland marina in New York). There is also a yacht club on the western shore a few miles north of Ithaca, and several other marinas and boat launches scattered along the lake shore.

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