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Orleans County New York

Orleans County Tourism
June 15, 2016
Lake Ontario - Freshwater Fishing Report

Today is Wednesday June 15, 2016.
First congratulations to all of the winners in the 4th Annual Oak Orchard Open Tournament.
Although weather shortened some great catches were brought to the weigh-in which showed the great abilities of all the entries.
It looks like after the storm tomorrow summer will finally be upon us.
Temperatures will be in the 80s by the end of the week with an almost perfect Sunday for Father's Day.
After the storms and winds of the past weekend Lake Ontario is still trying to settle out to what are more normal conditions.
Right now the picture is scattered but the best area seems to be the 300 to 400 foot range with fish coming deeper in the water column.
On Lake Alice fishing has slowed a bit with Bluegill still be fairly active.
Of course this Saturday is the opening of Bass season so there should be plenty of action along all our shorelines and even on the Erie Canal.
As one person put it, there should be foam on the water from all of the spinner baits being pulled through the waters on Saturday.
From Point Breeze on Lake Ontario, the World Fishing Network's Ultimate Fishing Town USA and the rest of Orleans County, Let's make everyday a great fishing day right here in Orleans County.

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Fantastic year round fishing on Lake Ontario and the tribs of Orleans County, New York for Chinook, Coho and Atlantic salmon, Lake, Brown and Steelhead trout, Northern pike, Large and Smallmouth bass, Carp and various other Panfish.

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Orleans County Tourism
14016 Route 31
Albion, NY 14411
Phone: 585-589-3103
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