Kayak Fishing On Keuka Lake

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Kayaking has become a very popular activity in and around the waters of the Finger Lakes.  It offers a nice stress free way of relaxing and the opportunity to get some fresh air and a little exercise. I see many people out in the waters in their kayaks, young and old.

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Fishing takes on a whole new feel, when you give up the motors os a boat for a nice relaxing afternoon on the lake in your kayak, moving at your own pace.  You slowly paddle to where you want to be cast a line and just sit back and relax.

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Photo by Nigel Kent

Many outdoor stores can give you some ideas to outfit your kayak to make your fishing adventure enjoyable. You don’t need a lot.

Photo by Nigel Kent

Photo by Nigel Kent

 Keuka Lake offers so many nice coves to fish in as well as the Keuka Outlet.  The outlet is also a great place to launch your kayak.

Photo by Nigel Kent

Photo by Nigel Kent

If fishing out of a boat has become tedious and expensive, try fishing out of a kayak.  There is no gasoline to worry about, no backing the trailer and waiting in lines to launch your boat and nothing to worry about doing by yourself.  Instead just pull the kayak off your vehicle, grab your gear and in the water you go.

For more information about fishing contact my friends at :http://wnyfishingmagazine.com/

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Keuka Arts Festival 2013

The Annual Festival is on…and it is this weekend June 8 and 9 from 10 AM – 5 PM


This years festival will showcase over a 100 vendors composed of fine art and skilled crafts people.  Categories will include jewelry, art, sculptures, painting and more.

Local farm markets will be on hand to offer seasonal produce that has been locally grown, there will also be vendors offering an assortment of refreshments from fresh lemonade to culinary delights from some of the local restaurants.


Be prepared to purchase some of your favorite wines while there as well.

Come and enjoy yourself as you walk along the Keuka Lake Outlet shopping and listening to music.  Or maybe enjoy a refreshment as you take a break and enjoy the views.

We look forward to seeing you there !


For More information:  http://keukaartsfestival.com/








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Penn Yan – Yates County Airport



If you are into flying or use charter air services and like the idea of owning lakefront property on one of the prettiest lakes in the Finger Lakes, Keuka Lake, then you have come to the right place.  Flying into Penn Yan allows you to enjoy the experience and the lifestyle that includes award-winning wineries, mouth-watering dishes served at the local restaurants in and around the lake, golf courses, boating, water skiing and just plain old relaxing at your  great lakefront home.    You are also a short drive to museums, amusement parks and water parks.  You will find the quaint shops in and around the lake have so much to offer.

You will find 3 businesses located at the Airport and they include:

For all of your charter flight needs.

For your maintenance needs and parts

When you decide that flying is in your blood – contact them for classe and available instructors


The airport identifier is PEO

FSS: BUF 122.6 (or)1-800WX-BRIEF

UNICOM: 123.0   ASOS 121.175

There are currently 2 runways, one at 3,561 feet and the other at 5,500 feet

Two Enclosed Hangars

1) 22,000 sq ft

2) 6,000 sq ft


-42′ W X 14’H Bi-Fold Doors

– Includes Electric

If you are interested in any of the services, contact them at the above numbers.  There is also property available for private development.  See you in the air !


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Keuka Lake Fishing Regulations for 2013

Finger Lakes Specific Regulations

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Lake Trout, Rainbow Trout, Brown Trout and Landlocked Salmon – can be fished all year – allowed a 5 fish combination with a maximum of 1 Rainbow Trout or 3 Landlocked Salmon – minimum length 15 inches

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Black Bass 3rd Saturday in June – March 15 2014  daily limit of 5 – minimum length of 12 inches (there is a special season March 16th through Friday before the 3rd Saturday in June, catch and release is allowed with artificial lures only )

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Northern Pike– 1st Saturday in May – March 15th 2014 – daily limit of 5 – minimum of 22 inches

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Walleye– 1st Saturday in May – March 15th 2014 – daily limit of 3 – minimum of 18 inches

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The DEC has established a specific list of bait fish that may be purchased – please purchase your bait fish from dealers that sell certified disease-free bait.  This helps to ensure a great supply of healthy fish for your fishing enjoyment.

If you are 16 or older you are required to have a fishing license – for questions you can call the Central NY Fishing Hotline 607-753-1551

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Statewide Regulations

For statewide regulations, log onto http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/7917.html

This information brought to you by Mary St.George, Associate Real Estate Broker, Wine Trail Properties, 315-719-8377 [email protected]

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Hammondsport NY – Village Wide Yard Sale

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This Saturday June 1st, 2013 located in the Coolest Town in the US, stop and pick up some great buys.  You will find sales all over the Hammondsport area.  If the shopping wears you down, there are many great restaurants and pubs to stop and relax a bit over a nice lunch or cool drink.  On the way home, don’t forget to stop at your favorite winery to restock your supply.

It is the great Yard Sale event you have been waiting for.

Shopping, food and wine…enjoy your day up, down and around Keuka Lake.  I will be watching for you !


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