Adirondacks Fishing Report – June 14th, 2013

Cooler weather, along with some breezy days, rolled into the region recently and created some challenging fishing conditions. Still, water temps are set up for some fine action on Lake Champlain, Schroon Lake and other waters, including trout streams like the West Branch of the Ausable River, which has seen red-hot action. Green Drakes may be starting to appear on some rivers.

On Champlain, some huge lake trout – four over 15 pounds – were caught during the annual Rotary Fishing Classic.

Bass will be the focus for many anglers now, and chances are some sight fishing for spawning smallmouths and largemouths will be possible.

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