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Orleans County New York

Orleans County Tourism
November 23, 2016
Lake Ontario - Freshwater Fishing Report

Today is Wednesday November 23, 2016.
Rain or snow is in the forecast for each day the rest of this week but it may not be much.
The forecast for next week seems to be clearer with moderate temperatures.
Fresh Brown trout and Steelhead trout seem to be entering the tributaries of Orleans County everyday with the greatest movement taking place first thing in the morning and then again right at dusk.
Fishermen are report a fair to good number of hookups each day throughout the system.
Water flows remain low to moderate with better flows on the "Oak" than the other tributaries.
With the colder temperatures at night some ice may be forming along the banks of the tributaries so care should be taken, especially first thing in the morning.
It seems like the dewatering of the Erie Canal may have started which means that water flows in our tributaries should maintain themselves for the next week or so.
Perch and Bass still remain the catches on the lower portion of the "Oak" and on Lake Alice but sizes remain smaller than normal.
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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