Adirondacks

Reports for Lake Champlain from Norm’s Bait and Tackle Shop in
Port Henry indicate fishermen are catching plenty of perch in
Bulwagga Bay near Port Henry. Also, perch and crappies are being
caught in South Bay. Smelt action should be picking up any time now
as well.

Eagle Lake in Essex County has been producing some nice brown
trout. Reports indicate they are being taken 8-15 feet down over 35
feet of water with medium shiners.

Lake Algonquin (Hamilton County) is offering good perch and
bluegill numbers.

Hamilton County’s Lake Pleasant is fishing well for perch.
Raquette Lake, also in Hamilton County, is starting to show good
catches of lake trout, along with many rock bass.

According to the Blue Line Sport Shop in Saranac Lake, brown
trout are being caught in Lake Colby. Some have been taken on small
minnows and Swedish pimples.

In Osgood Pond, the northern pike fishing has been good.

Reports from the Red Top Inn Bait Shop in Tupper Lake show that
Raquette Pond and Simon Pond have been good for perch, with
nice-sized fish being caught. The largest perch reported was 14
inches. Smelt are hitting in Rollins Pond.

Reports from Fish307.com are
that Brant Lake in Warren County has been offering some good perch
fishing. Trout Lake in Warren County is producing some nice-sized
rainbow trout, while Glen Lake has been another perch hotspot.

On Schroon Lake in Essex County, ice anglers have been taking
lake trout and landlocked salmon.

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