- Today is Wednesday – May 3, 2017
- Lake Ontario Water Level Threatens Shoreline
- Fish Hitting in Lake Ontario
- Trib’s and Lake Alice are Fast & Muddy
One thing is for sure, we have more than enough water to go around and then plenty to share with others. The extended dry spell of today will be followed by rain for the rest of the week, sometimes being very heavy.
All of the tributaries within Orleans County are running high, fast and they are muddy as all get out.
One person told me that Lake Alice was so muddy that he felt it could be plowed. He also said that the only fish in Lake Alice that could see to bite a bait were Bullhead.
On the lower stretches of the “Oak” a good share of the docks are underwater and the river is running very swiftly towards the lake.
The forecast for today calls for swift Northwest winds which will not help the shore residents or the fishery one bit.
One boat went fishing yesterday and seemed to have a pretty good mixed bag of fish including browns, Coho, steelhead and possibly a Chinook in the mix.
The calmest water seems to be that of the Erie Canal right now.
For all of you Spring LOC Derby fishermen, please be mindful of your surrounding conditions and above all else, be safe.
From Point Breeze on Lake Ontario, the World Fishing Network’s Ultimate Fishing Town USA and the rest of Orleans County. We try to make everyday a great fishing day in Orleans County.