Central New York Fishing Report – june 1st, 2012

Lake Ontario

Chinook salmon fishing continued to be extremely good, particularly in the Oswego and Fair Haven areas.

Oneida Lake

Walleye anglers continued to do well on the lake, with fish still being taken shallow, in 15 feet of water. Anglers were also catching perch and bluegills on minnows.

Oswego River

Walleye were hitting night crawlers, leeches, bucktail jigs and large stick baits.

Sandy Pond

A few northern pike were being taken on Rapalas and spinnerbaits. Black crappies were hitting around docks.

Sodus Bay

Boat and pier anglers have been doing well on perch.

Irondequoit Bay

Yellow perch fishing has been good on the north end of the bay. Try jigs tipped with fathead minnows. 

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