Adirondacks Fishing Report – May 13th, 2016

You won’t hear a lot of details, such as what water they’re fishing, but word is out that the backcountry brook trout ponds are yielding good numbers of fish and the occasional big fish as well. If you go, make sure you’re prepared for a remote fishing experience, and keep in mind that the black flies are starting to make their annual appearance in the Adirondacks.

On the region’s trout waters, including the West Branch of the Ausable, cold weather and water temps slowed insect activity. But Hendricksons have arrived and fishing has picked up of late.

Not hearing a lot lately from Lake Champlain and Schroon Lake anglers, which could simply mean many are pursuing spring gobblers right now instead.

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