Lake Champlain was yielding a few perch of late, but the smelt fishery is virtually nonexistent again, a product of the arrival of alewives. Schroon Lake was producing a few smelt and the occasional laker or landlock, but the going was tough once you got off the truck tracks. Most of the region’s waters have plenty of ice, but travel is difficult in the snow and slush. It can make for an arduous day just to get out there and set up.
Adirondacks Fishing Report – March 20th, 2015
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