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Orleans County New York

Mike Waterhouse
November 28, 2017
Lake Ontario - Freshwater Fishing Report

Today is Tuesday November 28, 2017.
Mild and pleasant weather conditions continue for our area well into the next week or so with just a slight chance of rain.
Fishing conditions on all of the tributaries within Orleans County are very good to great with good numbers of fish spread throughout all of the systems.
There are still some fresh salmon entering our waters which is a bit unusual for this time of year.
Water levels remain just slightly high with about 2 feet of visibility on most of the tributaries.
The Erie Canal is only partially dewatered while crews continue to work on the system.
When they have completed their work the canal should be filled again to check their work and then the final dewatering will be done.
What this means for out tributaries is extra water well into December this year.
I haven't had any reports on the lower section of the "Oak" or on Lake Alice but December 1st is right around the corner which means to close of Bass season for keeping them and the opening of catch and release season.
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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14016 Route 31
Albion, NY 14411
Phone: 585-589-3103
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