Central New York Fishing Report – June 28th, 2013
Lake Ontario: Fishing has been slow for brown trout and very slow for chinook salmon. Brown trout continued to be scattered over a variety of depths. Lake trout fishing has been more stable, with fish being found in 100 to 200 feet of water.
Oneida Lake: Walleye were still being taken in 10 to 30 feet of water, with the most consistent action being in the 20- to 30-foot zone. Shore anglers were still getting a few walleye on stick baits or jigs just before and after dark.
Oswego River: Unfishable at last check due to high flows.
Salmon River: There were smallmouth bass and rock bass being caught in the lower river.
Irondequoit Bay: Bass fishing has been good on bass jigs, plastics and topwaters.
Sodus Bay: Northern pike fishing continued to be good, with pike hitting a variety of lures. Stick baits and spoons are good bets. Bass fishing has been good on bass jigs, plastics and topwaters.
Sandy Pond: A few walleye and northern pike were still being caught. Anglers were also getting bluegills and a few yellow perch.