Central New York Fishing Report – june 15th, 2012

Lake Ontario

Brown trout fishing continued to be good in 40 to 80 feet of water with spoons and stick baits.

Oneida Lake

Walleye anglers continued to do well, with fish being taken in 15 to 25 feet of water. Pickerel fishing was very good in most of the lake.

Oswego River

Walleye were hitting nightcrawlers, leeches, bucktail jigs and large stick baits. Sheepshead and rock bass were active throughout the river.

Salmon River

Things were quiet, not unusual this time of year.

Sandy Pond

Northern pike fishing has been good, with fish being taken on Rapalas and spinnerbaits. Walleye fishing has been slow.

Sodus Bay

Bluegills and rock bass have been active. Pike were hitting along the weed edges.

Irondequoit Bay

Yellow perch fishing has slowed but a few were still being taken on jigs tipped with fathead minnows.

Categories: Central NY, New York Fishing Reports

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *