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Date 21-Jun-16
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Conditions : Lake Ontario & Tributaries : Windy weather has mixed things up in the western basin. Fish are scattered and the overall fishing is slow. Deeper water has been a little better for steelhead and king salmon of mixed ages. Off Niagara County, trollers have been running out to 400-500 feet of water and have seen fair catches on gear run 50-100 feet down. Closer to Oak Orchard, catches have come from depths of 300-400 feet on gear run 100 feet down or more. In the nearshore zone, anglers are still picking up brown trout inside 75 feet of water on the bottom.

At harbor sites, anglers can catch a variety of warmwater fish including largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, northern pike, bowfin, yellow perch, rock bass and other sunfish.

Brown trout fishing has slowed, but some are still being taken real early in the morning in 20 to 30 foot of water. Lake trout are producing the most action and they are being taken near bottom in 100 foot of water. Cowbells and "peanuts" (a small plug or fly) have been working for the lake trout.

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