Central New York Fishing Report – September 6th, 2013

Lake Ontario: Salmon are starting to stage around river mouths like the Oswego and Salmon rivers. Good baits continue to be spoons, flashers and cut-bait, and flashers and flies. White-colored lures have been productive.

Oneida Lake: Some walleye were still being taken in 25-30 feet of water on black and purple bucktail jigs tipped with a nightcrawler.

Oswego River: Smallmouth bass are hitting crankbaits, minnows, crayfish and spinnerbaits. There have been a few early salmon reported in the river.

Salmon River:  There are salmon being reported in the lower and middle river. This early salmon fishing can be hit and miss, so cover water looking for fish.

Sodus and Irondequoit bays: Fishing the outside weed edges has been working for largemouths. A few northern pike are being caught.

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