Lake Ontario Fishing Report 8/2/10

2010-08-02 18:51:00
Lake Ontario, New York - Freshwater Fishing Report
Oswego / Pulaski

Brown trout fishing has been outstanding for weeks, with many fish topping the scale at 12 plus pounds!!

Yesterday we got hit wit h a strong east southeast winds we got the cold water we have been lookiong for. Unfortunately it came up way too fast and the bite was off.

(Sorry Bob).We struggled for a few fish and the salmon were again playing hard to get. Today was right back on track as the trout wanted to feed and a few off-shore anglers found a mix of mature kings, teenagers and trout in 300 to 500 FOW

Trout continue to pound Dream Weaver and Michigan stinger spoons in anything green and or yellow.

Salmon are taking the same spoons along wtih Green and white e-chips, and Atomik flies in Big Fin Glow, Sweetpea and glow hammer.

Hopefully this big switch in temperature & current will bring in the big boys.

Stay Tuned!!

I still have August 6th in the morning and August 11, 12, 13, 18 in the afternoon.

Fish Species: salmon & trout
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Tackle Used: spoons
Method Used: trolling
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Troy Creasy

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.

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