Ice fishing on Sandy Pond, NY

2010-01-21 19:51:57
Sandy Pond, New York - Freshwater Fishing Report

<p>Yesterday we fished 12 ft. of water out of the Wigwam. Fishing was slow early then picked up mid- morning with a very strong 3 hr bite. Black teardrop jigs and glow Fat Heads both worked well. Marked fish on the flasher steady. Lots of good keeper sized Bluegills, Sunfish, and Perch. Lots of other fish were released to get bigger. The action is hot right now and will improve as the winter rolls on. Come up and enjoy it.

Fish Species: Perch, Bluegill, Sunfish, Pike
Bait Used: Jiggs tipped with spikes
Tackle Used: Ultra light ice fishing rod and reel...Spinning
Method Used: Jigging
Water Depth: 12 ft.
Water Temperature:
Wind Direction: NW
Wind Speed: 15 mph

About The Author: Captain Todd Sheltra

Company: Strike Zone Charters

Area Reporting: Salmon River and Lake Ontario

Bio: For over 20yrs. we have been full time Charter Captains on Lake Ontario and full time NYS fishing guides on the Salmon River in Pulaski, NY as well as other local streams.

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