Orleans County/Lake Ontario Fishing Report – Oct. 3, 2017

October 3, 2017
New York , State Reports
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  • Trout/Salmon Hitting Early Mornings and Evenings

  • St. Mary’s Archers Club Tourney Oct. 18-20th


Today is Tuesday October 3, 2017.

With temperatures warming back up again the migration of fish up our tributaries has slowed just a bit.

There are a good number of salmon at the Oak Orchard dam below Waterport Reservoir (Lake Alice) and at the Archer’s Club, but not as good as it is likely to get.  Reports have brown trout, steelhead/rainbow trout and even Atlantic salmon being caught in the deeper holes around the Archer’s Club area.  Late last week, a 13-pound brown trout was caught at the Archer’s Club.  Could this be the sign of things to come?

There are fish being taken at the jetties and from small boats right along the shoreline, but just in the early morning and late evening time periods.

The "Oak" is still producing perch, bass and an occasional pike.

The Erie Canal still has good water flow and good fishing, but will close to traffic on October 11th this year.  The good news is that Erie Canal dewatering will not take place until either late October or early November.  Then it will be a partial dewatering followed by a partial refilling to check the work being done.

The Archer’s Club Catch & Release Fly Fishing Derby will be held on October 18th, 19th and 20th this year, always a great event.

The water flow at the Archers Club is the very best that I've seen in many years, which should lead to some of the very best fishing seen in a long time.

From Lake Ontario, they are still doing well on trout and salmon in the 100 to150 feet of water range.

It just keeps getting better and better!

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

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