October 10, 2014
Normally I get excited about tournaments held in New York. It’s familiar turf and just about every waterway suits my style. This time, however, I had some concerns.
Part of the famous Finger Lakes, Cayuga was formed by glaciers millions of years ago. Like its sister lakes, it lies primarily north to south, and its shallow shorelines quickly drop into an abyss. The only exception is the upper end, which features vast fields of submerged vegetation. And it’s here that the largest number of Cayuga’s bass reside.