Today is Wednesday July 12, 2017.
It seems like this appears in my report a lot but rain is in the forecast for most of the rest of this week, except for Saturday, and into the first part of next week.
Even with that, the Army Corps of Engineers predicts that the level of Lake Ontario will drop by approximately 7” by the end of July.
Maybe businesses and land owners along the shoreline will finally get a break.
As far as fishing goes along the Orleans County portion of Lake Ontario, things have been pretty consistent in a very good way for a change.
Most are working the Area from 140 to 240 feet of water with very good success.
Spoons are still taking a back seat to some type of spinner/fly combinations and sometimes cut bait has been the ticket.
With the Summer LOC Derby in full swing, some great catches are showing upon the leader board including a good number caught right here in Orleans County.
The derby runs through the end of this month so why not enter and get your share of some of those great cash prizes.
Don’t forget that this Saturday is the Drew’s Crew Fishing for a cure for Juvenile Diabetes Derby.
This is a chance to help out for a very worthwhile cause while enjoying some of the great fishing on Lake Ontario.
Enter by 7 AM this Saturday and be at the weigh-in at Ernst’s Lake Breeze Marina by 3 PM with your best 3 fish.
On the “Oak” it’s been a mixed bag of fish all the way to the dam consisting of Perch, bass, Northern pike and even some Walleye thrown into the mix.
Other tributaries within Orleans County are experiencing the same success including the Erie Canal.
Speaking of the Erie Canal, the annual Erie Canal Fishing Derby wraps up on July 16th this year so there’s still plenty of time to enter.
Word has it that some great entries have been made from the Medina and Albion area.
On Lake Alice fishing has slowed somewhat for bass and pan fish but I know of one lad that is doing very well on Carp off his grandfather’s dock.
From Point Breeze on Lake Ontario, the World Fishing Network’s Ultimate Fishing
Town USA and the rest of Orleans County, let’s make everyday a great fishing day
right here in Orleans County.