Fishing Report: Orleans County, New York Lake Ontario, Lake Alice, Erie Canal for September 1, 2016

Some rain today and the more moderate temperatures predicted for the rest of the week should help create better fishing conditions well into next week.

Lake Ontario is slowly setting up for the migration of Chinook salmon preparing for their spawning runs. Reports have the action slowly picking up in the inside waters especially around the 80 feet of water area. It’s not hot and heavy yet but it is increasing.

Labor Day signals the end of the Fall LOC Derby which means that there’s still time to enter and catch your share of the great cash prizes that are up for grabs.

Also this Sunday is the final King of the Oak Derby for this year.

This is also the time of year that the tributary fishermen have been waiting for. Hope that you all have tied all your flies, repaired that leak in your waders and checked rods, reels and line for those last minute repairs.

On Lake Alice, around the Waterport Bridge, the bite seems to be mainly Bluegill right now. On the rest of Lake Alice it seems to be Rock bass and Smallmouth bass, especially around the brush piles.

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.