Adirondacks Fishing Report – September 20th, 2013

Lake Champlain bass fishing should be heating up as fall weather begins to settle in. Top-water action should be superb in the evening. Landlocked salmon action has been outstanding all season on Champlain, with double-digit totals fairly routine for some anglers targeting the salmon. Pike action has been good in the Saranac chain. On the West Branch of the Ausable, some fine browns have been caught lately and that should continue into October, always a great time of year to fish the famed river. Backcountry brook trout anglers will pick up their fishing activity as we head into the fall.

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