The folks at FISH307 report that lake trout action on Lake George remains outstanding even in the dog days of the summer, with fish being caught from the thermocline (45 feet) all the way to the bottom. Smallmouth bass can be found in great numbers from 20-40 feet, with the biggest bronzebacks deeper than that. Drop-shotting is a good way to go. Landlock action has been slow. On Saratoga Lake, largemouth bass continued to cooperate. Trout waters were generally too warm to fish, but the Mettawee and Battenkill might be worth a look if we get some cooler nights.
Capital District Fishing Report – August 10th, 2012
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