Salmon River, Oswego River, Oneida Lake, Niagara Fishing Report

2012-02-23 13:18:54
Pulaski, New York - Freshwater Fishing Report
Salmon River, Oswego River, Oneida Lake, Niagara River
Troy Creasy

<p>The weather over the last few days has been outstanding if you are a steelhead fisherman. One day hot one day OK. Lot's and lots of fish but some are beginning to spawn and many have been well educated. You have to work for them now and know what you are doing.

Blue egg sacs, stoneflies, & egg imitations are the ticket. With the lower flows you will find fish about anywhere right now. Just fish the water you like and be patient.

The water level on the Oswego river is a fishable 6,800 cfs.

Steelhead and brown trout are taking worms, minnows, egg sacs and white bucktail jigs.

Should be a real good March as things are on track for an early spawn and a lot of early dropbacks.

If you want to go I have March 12, 14, 16, 20, 21 & April 9.

See you out there!

Fish Species: stellhead, brown trout, walleye, perch
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Troy Creasy

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Area Reporting: Lake Ontario and the Salmon River

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