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Lake Ontario Fishing Report

Capt. Troy Creasy
May 11, 2012
Lake Ontario - Freshwater Fishing Report

Lake Ontario fishing is sick right now with limit plus catches every time out! Along with big bright kings and some hefty browns, there are plenty of lake trout, Atlantics and steelhead mixed in!
For Kings, my best spoons are Dreamweaver Super Slims in Glow Green, Green Alewife and purple clown. Stingers in the same patterns and the Gator Glow have been my best.
For browns he best baits are a black silver orange belly smithwicks, fished on the surface about 150 feet behind the boat and dream weaver spoons in black and silver, glow green, and orange, fished 4 to 10 feet down off of the downriggers. Look for colored water and warmer temperatures and the fish will be there.
The walleye action on Oneida Lake is up & down right now. Fish are being taken in shallow and deep water. North of Messenger Reef, jigging with black/purple 1/2 to 5/8 oz. jigs tipped with a crawler is also taking a fair share of fish.
I have openings for charters and now is the time.
This is Captain Troy Creasy, Keep your line wet, and God Bless.

Target Species:

Salmon & Trout

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High Adventure Sportfishing provides a complete full-time year-round guide service for trophy salmon, trout, walleye and bass, on Oneida Lake, Lake Ontario and itís tributaries.

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High Adventure Sportfishing
229 Krebs Road
Pulaski, NY 13142
Phone: 315-243-2389
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