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Lake Como

Lake Como is a small, weedy lake located in Cayuga County in the Town of Summer Hill.

Physical Features

Elevation: 400 feet
Area: 70 acres
Length: 0.6 miles
Maximum Depth: 20 feet

Plant Life

Very abundant rooted aquatic vegetation throughout the lake.

Public Access Sites

Fee access boat launch at Lake Como Inn, 1307 Lake Road. For more information contact Lake Como Inn at 315-496-2149.

Fish Species

Largemouth bass, tiger musky, chain pickerel, walleye, black crappie, rock bass, yellow perch, bluegill, pumpkinseed sunfish, and brown bullhead.

General Fishing Information

Lake Como is a popular ice fishing location for chain pickerel and yellow perch. Try tip-ups baited with minnows for the pickerel and small jigs tipped with spikes or mousies for the perch. It's a good idea to use a wire leader if targeting the pickerel or tiger musky.

Fisheries Management

Lake Como is stocked annually with approximately 200 tiger musky. Statewide fishing regulations apply.

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