June 15th 2013

Posted by Jim Button on June 15, 2013
Category: Large Mouth Bass, Small Mouth Bass
Bass fishing has been awesome the past few weeks all over the place from henderson, Lakeview, sandy pond, lake Ontario and the St. Lawrence river. Been using a lot of shiners and rapalas and jigs found most fish swimming around the 4-8 foot of water. The salmon river is also got a really good number of smallmouths in it and they been hitting on crayfish and minnows river is a little high right now butRead More

June 15th 2013

Posted by Jim Button on June 15, 2013
Category: Perch
Onieda lake perch fish seemed to pick up a little bit this past week. Been getting them in around 20 foot of water for the big ones running a hair jig tipped with a worm we were just casting out and reeling it in real slow. We were also getting them in close to shore in about 4 to 6 foot of water running the same jigs with a slow retrieve near the bottom bestRead More

June 10th 2013

Posted by Jim Button on June 11, 2013
Category: Large Mouth Bass
Largemouth bass fishing has been good the past few days on sandy pond been getting good numbers of bass off the wig wam side of the pond and out in front of green point hot bait for the bass right now is shiners under a float about two to three foot uder the surface of the water. .we also have gotten a few running crankbaits and rapalas at a slow retrieve. Been getting most fishRead More

June 10th 2013

Posted by Jim Button on June 11, 2013
Category: Chinook Salmon
Salmon season is only a few months away from now be sure to get your guides and lodging book as the lodges and guides are booking fast call us at the shop to book you trips today 315-298-4343  Read More

June 10th 2013

Posted by Jim Button on June 11, 2013
Category: Small Mouth Bass
Smallmouth bass fishing has been really good in the salmon river and sandy pond.In the river we been using crayfish under a float with a few split shot. Cast cast it out and let it float down the river till the float drops.. As far as fishing on sandy pond we have been useing shiners under a float also hair jig have been working well just jigging them close to bottom.. the other thing weRead More

Northern Pike

Posted by Jim Button on May 26, 2013
Category: Northern Pike
If you really want to get into some pike get a boat on Sandy Pond. Pike have been caught left and right out of the North Pond back near the cattails and over rock beds where the panfish have been spawning. A bigger sized hair jig and Rapalas have been doing very well off a fast retrieve. Try to find bait to imitate a small perch.Read More

Walleye Report

Posted by Jim Button on May 25, 2013
Category: Walleye
Big Bay did great with the Walleye the past few nights with Rapalas! There have also been some caught on Sandy Pond right before dark caught on bigger sized hair jigs with a worm on a slow retrieve from boats, or casting Rapalas from shore. Look for shallower water with a rocky bottom or the mouth of creeks. Walleye chase the bait fish to shore at night which is why you also find them in placesRead More

May 24, 2013

Posted by Jim Button on May 24, 2013
Category: Bullhead
We are having a hard time finding places to catch bullhead. Big Bay has been showing some numbers and there have been a few caught on the pond very sporadically. We are buying live weight right now and we need numbers so if anyone has information on where they are being caught or wants to sell them to us, please call the store Fri-Mon at (315) 298-4343.Read More

May 24, 2013

Posted by Jim Button on May 24, 2013
Category: Panfish/Bluegill
Bluegills and Sunfish are spawning right now. Hair jigs with a worm are the hot bait to use. Chartreuse seems to be the best color but always have a few others like white, pink, and brown to switch things up if a certain color is not working. When working the jig, cast out and let the jig sink to the bottom then slowly reel in twitching the rod every few cranks of the reel. SandyRead More

May 24, 2013

Posted by Jim Button on May 24, 2013
Category: Rock Bass
The rock bass have been hanging around the bluegill beds and hitting on hair jigs with a piece of worm on it. Typically chartreuse, white, and pink. Also look for them back in the slips on North and South Pond.Read More
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