We fished 4hrs with an aggressive jerkbait presentation and ended up with 4 tigers 6 smallies and 1 largemouth. Overall I was impressed with action of this very naturally buoyant jerkbait and consider fishing to be excellent right now on Otisco Lake casting jerkbait. Here is a pic of our last fish…it wasn’t as big as the first but the nicest 1 to handle and photo. I was able to finesse it to the boat with out it knowing it was hooked and the fish was very fresh and perfect to handle and photo. Anyone fishing with me needs to be prepared to NOT be allowed to handle, photo, and measure every fish. I make the decision based on the condition of the fish. I will teach proper handling and how to read the fish’s condition and always try to get a quality photo of the angler with his or her fish…but the fish comes first…ALWAYS…no discussion. Sub legal fish aren’t measured and really small fish aren’t handled at all. I do not measure my own fish in most cases. I consider tigers to be a sportfish and practice catch on all fish.