June 8, 2016.
A series of cold fronts moving through our area coupled with strong northwest winds have put a damper on Lake Ontario fishing for today.
The forecast for later this week looks much more favorable which is great, because this weekend starts with the Condor Derby on Friday followed by the 4th Annual Oak Orchard Open Tournament on Saturday and Sunday. Normally a Northwest wind helps set up our portion of the lake for some great fishing, but I guess we will just have to wait and see what the fishing gods bring us.
Before the nasty northwest winds picked up fishing was good with a mixed bag of species in each catch. It seemed like the 95 to 150 feet of water range was holding a good number of fish but some fishermen were doing well as far out as 200 feet of water.
Most fish were being taken in the top 80 feet of water but as always some were deeper.
On Lake Alice, the reservoir on the Oak Orchard Creek near Waterport, New York, fishing has slowed slightly, but catches of Bluegill, Crappie and Bass are still being taken. Just a reminder that Bass season opens the 3rd Saturday of this month so for now it’s still catch and release.
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