Orleans County Fishing Report – June 14, 2017

  • Orleans County Lake Ontario Open Winners
  • Unpredictable Weather Affecting Lake Patterns
  • Bluegills & Bass at Lake Alice

Today is Wednesday June 14, 2017.

First I would like to congratulate the top 3 finishers in the Orleans County Open Tournament, Ed Monette of team Cannonball Runner, Vince Pierleoni of team Thrillseeker and Dave Siegfried of team Tracker.  The weather threw everything at the 31 teams in the tournament this past week and weekend and all of the teams still came out winners, in my opinion.

Off and on Thunder storms are predicted over the next week, and even with more seasonal temperatures, should set things up for more unpredictable weather.

Fishing near the mouth of the “Oak” is producing good numbers of White bass, Perch, Pike and Bass, which by the way bass season opens this Saturday.

On Lake Alice the catches have mainly been Bluegills and Bass, especially around the fallen trees.

On Lake Ontario it’s been anyone’s guess where the fish will be with the ever-changing weather conditions.

One interesting thing is that spoons are not producing a well as some type of flasher and fly, or cut bait, rigs presently, but that could change quickly.

Also with the weather conditions the fish are scattered throughout the water column and from 100 feet of water on out.

We can only hope for some more stable weather to allow the lake to set up again and fishing to return to somewhat more normal patterns.

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.

Email: sportfishing@orleansny.com