Cold & Windy Ice Fishing
<P>Ice fisherman finally have safe ice and now the heavy snow is keeping them from getting to the some of the better spots. Please use caution when taveling on the ice as the heavy snow can create weak spots. On Sandy Pond Northern pike are taking large minnows, and walleyes and pan fish are taking spikes and jigs with small minnows Chaumont Bay Sandy Pond and Black Lake continues to produce perch.
The water level on the Oswego river is a perfect 7,000cfs but ice and slush are still a problem on the colder days, as is access with the deep snow. Steelhead and brown trout are taking worms, minnows, egg sacs and white bucktail jigs.
On the salmon river the flow is a fantastic 750 cfs Fish egg sacs and small flies in blue and white. Look for the fish to be in the deepest slowest water.
Be sure to log on to our website at www.Lakeontariooutdoors.com, where you can see our live salmon river web cam, view our daily fishing reports, catch up on local events, book a lake charter or river guide, and find links to great sites and area businesses.
Remember to be stay safe and stay warm, This is Captain Troy Creasy Good Day.
About The Author: Captain Troy Creasy
Company: High Adventure Sportfishing
Area Reporting: Lake Ontario and the Salmon River
Bio: Captain Troy Creasy is a full-time dedicated professional, who has been pursuing trout and salmon for 21 years. He is on the water year round and will provide you with a complete charter service. High Adventure Sportfishing is proud to use only the best equipment available. Captain Troy is a member of the Scotty, Daiwa, Luhr Jensen, and GLoomis Pro Staff. Along with winning several major derbies, and guiding one of his clients to the state record Chinook Salmon in 1991, Captain Troy is always on the cutting edge of what makes this great fishery tick. Combine all of this with a pleasant personality, references from 15 states, thousands of happy customers, and it is easy to see why High Adventure Sportfishing should be your choice for Lake Ontario trophy fishing.