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Lake Champlain Fishing Reports


2013-07-04
1:04 PM

High water but Fish are still biting! - We have been dealing with unusually high & discolored water this year due to the unreal amount of rain we have been getting, but the lake Trout continue to cooperate along with some mixed Atlantic Salmon & steelhead. Fishing deep water humps & reefs more...
Capt. Matthew Trombley - Lake Champlain


2013-06-19
4:28 PM

Summer Lake Champlain fishing heating up! - We have seen normal summer patterns establish in the last week or so. We have been running 3 to 4 trips a week since May & have finally seen a thermocline & active fish set up. We have been catching Atlantic Salmon 3 to 5 pounds & Lake Trout 8 to 12 more...
Capt. Matthew Trombley - Lake Champlain


2012-07-14
3:42 PM

Dog days are here with great fishing! - We have been running charters a couple of days a week on Lake Champlain with four to round out our season on the lake next week. The Salmon have been hitting very good in the early am and evenings with a few being picked away at during the mid day. W more...
Capt. Matthew Trombley - Lake Champlain


2012-06-29
4:23 PM

Great June Trout & Salmon action - We have been on the water pretty steady lately, putting in some full day & evening trips in. The Salmon Bite has been best at low light,(usual for this time of year) as the early morning & late evenings have been best for them. The Thermocline has se more...
Capt. Matthew Trombley - Lake Champlain


2012-06-15
10:32 AM

Derby Weekend & Hot Trout action! - The annual LCI Father Day Derby is here & this means BIG Cash & prizes for man New England & New York Anglers on Lake Champlain! The Atlantic Salmon & Browns have been hitting small spoons from 25 to 40 ft down. Copper & Orange, Rainbow Trout & Green more...
Capt. Matthew Trombley - Lake Champlain


2012-05-31
9:59 PM

June- early summer transition - We just finished our May tour of the Spring Striped Bass run on the Hudson River, a season of ups & downs with the fish being a bit out of the normal routine with the ealry spring warm up! But over all a great couple of weeks as we had many charters more...
Capt. Matthew Trombley - Lake Champlain


2011-09-26
7:18 PM

Season end is near. - We finished our Lake Ontario tour with a bang during the first week of the month with limit catchs of King & Coho Salmon and a few brown trout mixed in. The Big Kings are staging very shallow now or are already making the rivers. Back here in Ver more...
Capt. Matthew Trombley - Lake Champlain


2011-07-29
10:53 AM

"Hot" summer action continues! - The early morning Lake Trout & Salmon fishing has been steady with the thermocline still down about 50-60 ft over 200 ft of water. Dark color spoons in Blue, purple & green stingers & Honeybees taking thier fair share! Fishing coming on Riggers & sli more...
Capt. Matthew Trombley - Lake Champlain


2011-07-13
10:04 PM

Vermont Bass & Champlain Salmon - The summer weather pattern has set in and the fishing is HOT! We have been hitting some of the western Vermont Lakes, ponds & bays of Lake Champlain during the evening, with excellent top water action on poppers & torpedo lures. An occasional Norther more...
Capt. Matthew Trombley - Lake Champlain


2010-07-04
7:37 PM

An Bradon Charters July Report - The 2010 fishing season is underway aboard the An Bradon. The Salmon fishing continues to be very good. The Thermocline has set up. Fishing 30-50 feet down has been producing Salmon. We have taken Salmon over 7 pounds as well as Brown Trout u more...
Capt. Tony Bushway - Lake Champlain

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