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  1. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for November 9 through 23, 2018 at https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. As a word of warning, many of the dock structures at the DEC boat launches will be removed soon or may have been removed already. So, please plan accordingly. Some DEC docks that have been removed as of 10/26 are: Port Byron, Sandy Pond, and Redfield Reservoir. A reminder that from Nov 1 to May 1, all persons aboard a pleasure vessel less than 21 feet must wear a Personal Floatation Device (PFD) while underway. For more information on boating regulations please view the NYS Boater's Guide (link leaves DEC's website). The New York State Freshwater Fishing Regulations Guide runs from April 1st to March 30th. The 2018-19 Official guide has a picture of an angler holding a giant smallmouth bass on the cover. The Fishing Guide can be picked up where fishing licenses are sold, or viewed at Freshwater Fishing Regulations Oswego and Wayne Counties have weekly fishing hotlines on their web sites as well and would be another good option for fishing reports; Oswego County (visitoswegocounty.com); and Wayne County (waynecountytourism.com). Though Onondaga County doesn't have a weekly fishing report, their web site is another good source of fishing information in the region (fishonondagacounty.com). Region 7: Lake Ontario The lake fishing is done for the season. Click here to read the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
  2. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for October 26 through November 9, 2018 at https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. As a word of warning, many of the dock structures at the DEC boat launches will be removed soon or may have been removed already. So, please plan accordingly. Some DEC docks that have been removed as of 10/26 are: Port Byron, Sandy Pond, and Redfield Reservoir. A reminder that from Nov 1 to May 1, all persons aboard a pleasure vessel less than 21 feet must wear a Personal Floatation Device (PFD) while underway. For more information on boating regulations please view the NYS Boater's Guide (link leaves DEC's website). Free fishing day on November 11, 2018! Anglers are reminded that in celebration of Veteran's Day, November 11, 2018 residents and non-residents can enjoy a day of freshwater fishing in New York without the requirement for a fishing license. Fall is a great time to fish and there's no better place to do it than the State of New York. Learn more about Free Fishing Days in New York at https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/89821.html Click here to see the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
  3. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for October 23 through 26, 2018 at https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. The New York State Freshwater Fishing Regulations Guide runs from April 1st to March 30th. The 2018-19 Official guide has a picture of an angler holding a giant smallmouth bass on the cover. The Fishing Guide can be picked up where fishing licenses are sold, or viewed at Freshwater Fishing Regulations Oswego and Wayne Counties have weekly fishing hotlines on their web sites as well and would be another good option for fishing reports; Oswego County (visitoswegocounty.com); and Wayne County (waynecountytourism.com). Though Onondaga County doesn't have a weekly fishing report, their web site is another good source of fishing information in the region (fishonondagacounty.com). Region 7: Lake Ontario The lake fishing is nearly done for the season as salmon are staging off river mouths or have started entering the rivers. Click here to see the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
  4. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for October 12 through 19, 2018 at https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. The New York State Freshwater Fishing Regulations Guide runs from April 1st to March 30th. The 2018-19 Official guide has a picture of an angler holding a giant smallmouth bass on the cover. The Fishing Guide can be picked up where fishing licenses are sold, or viewed at Freshwater Fishing Regulations Oswego and Wayne Counties have weekly fishing hotlines on their web sites as well and would be another good option for fishing reports; Oswego County (visitoswegocounty.com); and Wayne County (waynecountytourism.com). Though Onondaga County doesn't have a weekly fishing report, their web site is another good source of fishing information in the region (fishonondagacounty.com). Region 7: Lake Ontario The lake fishing is nearly done for the season as salmon are staging off river mouths or have started entering the rivers. Click here to see the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
  5. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for October 5 through 12 at https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. The New York State Freshwater Fishing Regulations Guide runs from April 1st to March 30th. The 2018-19 Official guide has a picture of an angler holding a giant smallmouth bass on the cover. The Fishing Guide can be picked up where fishing licenses are sold, or viewed at Freshwater Fishing Regulations Oswego and Wayne Counties have weekly fishing hotlines on their web sites as well and would be another good option for fishing reports; Oswego County (visitoswegocounty.com); and Wayne County (waynecountytourism.com). Though Onondaga County doesn't have a weekly fishing report, their web site is another good source of fishing information in the region (fishonondagacounty.com). Region 7: Lake Ontario The lake fishing is pretty much done for the season as salmon are staging off river mouths or have started entering the rivers. There will be public meetings on the status of Lake Ontario alewife population and changes to 2019 salmon stocking. For meeting dates and location please view Lake Ontario Fisheries Meetings. Click here to see the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
  6. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for September 28 through October 5, 2018 at https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. The New York State Freshwater Fishing Regulations Guide runs from April 1st to March 30th. The 2018-19 Official guide has a picture of an angler holding a giant smallmouth bass on the cover. The Fishing Guide can be picked up where fishing licenses are sold, or viewed at Freshwater Fishing Regulations Oswego and Wayne Counties have weekly fishing hotlines on their web sites as well and would be another good option for fishing reports; Oswego County (visitoswegocounty.com); and Wayne County (waynecountytourism.com). Though Onondaga County doesn't have a weekly fishing report, their web site is another good source of fishing information in the region (fishonondagacounty.com). Region 7: Lake Ontario The lake fishing is really slowing down as salmon are staging off river mouths or have started entering the rivers. Some are still being taken in 100 feet of water or less on spoons or cut-bait and flashers. There will be public meetings on the status of Lake Ontario alewife population and changes to 2019 salmon stocking. For meeting dates and location please view Lake Ontario Fisheries Meetings. Click here to see the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
  7. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for September 21 through 28, 2018 at https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. A couple of events taking place this weekend to celebrate National Hunting and Fishing Day are the Salmon River Fish Hatchery Open House and the Honeywell Sportsmen's Days at Carpenters Brook Fish Hatchery, an Onondaga County hatchery. The Honeywell Sportsmen's days take place on Saturday, September 22, and Sunday, September 23 from 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM both days. Please view Onondaga County Parks web site for more information. The New York State Freshwater Fishing Regulations Guide runs from April 1st to March 30th. The 2018-19 Official guide has a picture of an angler holding a giant smallmouth bass on the cover. The Fishing Guide can be picked up where fishing licenses are sold, or viewed at Freshwater Fishing Regulations Oswego and Wayne Counties have weekly fishing hotlines on their web sites as well and would be another good option for fishing reports; Oswego County (visitoswegocounty.com); and Wayne County (waynecountytourism.com). Though Onondaga County doesn't have a weekly fishing report, their web site is another good source of fishing information in the region (fishonondagacounty.com). Region 7: Lake Ontario Some Salmon are still being caught around river mouths in 100 feet of water and are hitting on cut-bait, flashers and flies, and spoons. Click here to see the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
  8. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for September 14 through 21, 2018 at https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. The New York State Freshwater Fishing Regulations Guide runs from April 1st to March 30th. The 2018-19 Official guide has a picture of an angler holding a giant smallmouth bass on the cover. The Fishing Guide can be picked up where fishing licenses are sold. Oswego and Wayne Counties have weekly fishing hotlines on their web sites as well and would be another good option for fishing reports; Oswego County (visitoswegocounty.com); and Wayne County (waynecountytourism.com). Though Onondaga County doesn't have a weekly fishing report, their web site is another good source of fishing information in the region (fishonondagacounty.com). Region 7: Lake Ontario Weather conditions have made fishing a little more difficult but when anglers can get out, Salmon are being found in 80 to 200 feet of water and are hitting on cut-bait, flashers and flies, and spoons. Click here to see the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
  9. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for August 31 through September 7, 2018 at https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. The New York State Freshwater Fishing Regulations Guide runs from April 1st to March 30th. The 2018-19 Official guide has a picture of an angler holding a giant smallmouth bass on the cover. The Fishing Guide can be picked up where fishing licenses are sold, or viewed at Freshwater Fishing Regulations Oswego and Wayne Counties have weekly fishing hotlines on their web sites as well and would be another good option for fishing reports; Oswego County (visitoswegocounty.com); and Wayne County (waynecountytourism.com). Though Onondaga County doesn't have a weekly fishing report, their web site is another good source of fishing information in the region (fishonondagacounty.com). Region 7: Lake Ontario Salmon are still spread out and are being found in 200 to 500 feet of water. When found, they are hitting on cut-bait, flashers and flies, and spoons with green is still good color choice. Anglers have been fishing those baits off down-riggers, wire and divers, and copper line. Brown trout are being taken in 40 to 100 feet of water on spoons. Smallmouth bass are being taken around Mexico Point on crayfish. Click here to see the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
  10. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for August 24 through 31, 2018 at https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. The New York State Freshwater Fishing Regulations Guide runs from April 1st to March 30th. The 2018-19 Official guide has a picture of an angler holding a giant smallmouth bass on the cover. The Fishing Guide can be picked up where fishing licenses are sold, or viewed at Freshwater Fishing Regulations Oswego and Wayne Counties have weekly fishing hotlines on their web sites as well and would be another good option for fishing reports; Oswego County (visitoswegocounty.com); and Wayne County (waynecountytourism.com). Though Onondaga County doesn't have a weekly fishing report, their web site is another good source of fishing information in the region (fishonondagacounty.com). Region 7: Lake Ontario Salmon are still scattered as the cold water keeps getting blown around and fish are spread out from 150 to 500 feet of water. When found, they are hitting on cut-bait, flashers and flies, and spoons with green being a good color choice. Anglers have been fishing those baits off down-riggers, wire and divers, and copper line. Brown Trout are being taken in 60 to 100 feet of water on spoons. Smallmouth Bass are being taken around Mexico Point on crayfish. Click here to see the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
  11. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for August 17 through 24, 2018 at https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. The New York State Freshwater Fishing Regulations Guide runs from April 1st to March 30th. The 2018-19 Official guide has a picture of an angler holding a giant smallmouth bass on the cover. The Fishing Guide can be picked up where fishing licenses are sold, or viewed at Freshwater Fishing Regulations Oswego and Wayne Counties have weekly fishing hotlines on their web sites as well and would be another good option for fishing reports; Oswego County (visitoswegocounty.com); and Wayne County (waynecountytourism.com). Though Onondaga County doesn't have a weekly fishing report, their web site is another good source of fishing information in the region (fishonondagacounty.com). Region 7: Lake Ontario Salmon are still scattered as the cold water keeps getting blown around and fish are spread out from 150 to 500 feet of water. When found, they are hitting on cut-bait, flashers and flies, and spoons with green being a good color choice. Anglers have been fishing those baits off down-riggers, wire and divers, and copper line. Brown Trout are being taken in 50 feet of water on spoons. Smallmouth Bass are being taken around Mexico Point on crayfish. Click here to see the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
  12. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for August 10 through 17, 2018 at https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. The New York State Freshwater Fishing Regulations Guide runs from April 1st to March 30th. The 2018-19 Official guide has a picture of an angler holding a giant smallmouth bass on the cover. The Fishing Guide can be picked up where fishing licenses are sold, or viewed at Freshwater Fishing Regulations Oswego and Wayne Counties have weekly fishing hotlines on their web sites as well and would be another good option for fishing reports; Oswego County (visitoswegocounty.com); and Wayne County (waynecountytourism.com). Though Onondaga County doesn't have a weekly fishing report, their web site is another good source of fishing information in the region (fishonondagacounty.com). Region 7: Lake Ontario Salmon have become more scattered and are spread out from 100 to 500 feet of water. When found, they are hitting on cut-bait, flashers and flies, and spoons have all been working at times with green being a good color choice. Anglers have been fishing those baits off down riggers, wire and divers, and cooper line. Brown Trout are being taken in 50 feet of water on spoons. Smallmouth Bass are being taken around Mexico Point on crayfish. Click here to see the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
  13. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for August 3 through 10, 2018 at https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. The New York State Freshwater Fishing Regulations Guide runs from April 1st to March 30th. The 2018-19 Official guide has a picture of an angler holding a giant smallmouth bass on the cover. The Fishing Guide can be picked up where fishing licenses are sold, or viewed at Freshwater Fishing Regulations Oswego and Wayne Counties have weekly fishing hotlines on their web sites as well and would be another good option for fishing reports; Oswego County (visitoswegocounty.com); and Wayne County (waynecountytourism.com). Though Onondaga County doesn't have a weekly fishing report, their web site is another good source of fishing information in the region (fishonondagacounty.com). Region 7: Lake Ontario Salmon have become more scattered and are spread out from 100 to 500 feet of water. When found, they are hitting on cut-bait, flashers and flies, and spoons have all been working at times with green being a good color choice. Anglers have been fishing those baits off down riggers, wire and divers, and cooper line. Brown Trout are being taken in 50 feet of water on spoons. Smallmouth Bass are being taken around Mexico Point on crayfish. Click here to see the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
  14. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for June 22 through 29 at https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. The weekend of June 23 - 24, 2018 is free fishing weekend. Anyone can fish the freshwater of New York State and no license is required. It's the perfect time to take a friend or relative fishing! The New York State Freshwater Fishing Regulations Guide runs from April 1st to March 30th. The 2018-19 Official guide has a picture of an angler holding a giant smallmouth bass on the cover. The Fishing Guide can be picked up where fishing licenses are sold, or viewed at Freshwater Fishing Regulations Oswego and Wayne Counties have weekly fishing hotlines on their web sites as well and would be another good option for fishing reports; Oswego County (visitoswegocounty.com); and Wayne County (waynecountytourism.com). Though Onondaga County doesn't have a weekly fishing report, their web site is another good source of fishing information in the region (fishonondagacounty.com). Region 7: Lake Ontario Brown Trout fishing continues to be good on the big lake and they are being taken by trolling with stick baits or small spoons in 25 to 60 feet of water. Fishing early or late in the day has been better. Chinooks are being taken in 100 to 150 feet of water on spoons or flashers and flies. Lake Trout are being found in around 120 feet of water. Click here to see the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
  15. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for June 15 through 22, 2018 at https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. The New York State Freshwater Fishing Regulations Guide runs from April 1st to March 30th. The 2018-19 Official guide has a picture of an angler holding a giant smallmouth bass on the cover. The Fishing Guide can be picked up where fishing licenses are sold, or viewed at Freshwater Fishing Regulations Oswego and Wayne Counties have weekly fishing hotlines on their web sites as well and would be another good option for fishing reports; Oswego County (visitoswegocounty.com); and Wayne County (waynecountytourism.com). Though Onondaga County doesn't have a weekly fishing report, their web site is another good source of fishing information in the region (fishonondagacounty.com). Region 7: Lake Ontario Brown Trout fishing continues to be good on the big lake and they are being taken by trolling with stick baits or small spoons in 20 to 40 feet of water. Chinooks and a few Cohoes are being taken in 100 to 150 feet of water. Lake Trout are being found in around 120 feet of water. Click here to see the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
  16. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for May 18 through 25, 2018 at https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. Lake Ontario Brown trout fishing has been good on the big lake and they are being taken by trolling with stick baits or small spoons in 20 to 40 feet of water. Fishing off colored water, if you can find it, has been good. Some spring King Salmon and a few Cohoes are also being taken in a little deeper water than the Brown Trout. Lake Trout are being found in around 120 feet of water. Click here to see the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
  17. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for May 11 through 18, 2018 at https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. The New York State Freshwater Fishing Regulations Guide runs from April 1st to March 30th. The 2018-19 Official guide has a picture of an angler holding a giant smallmouth bass on the cover. The Fishing Guide can be picked up where fishing licenses are sold, or viewed at the link below. Oswego and Wayne Counties have weekly fishing hotlines on their web sites as well and would be another good option for fishing reports; Oswego County (visitoswegocounty.com); and Wayne County (waynecountytourism.com). Though Onondaga County doesn't have a weekly fishing report, their web site is another good source of fishing information in the region (fishonondagacounty.com). Region 7: Trout season kicked off on April 1st and for more information on trout fishing please view Fishing for Stream Trout and for places to go check out our Public Fishing Rights Brochures. A few sections of area streams, ponds and lakes will have been stocked with trout by Friday, May 11th. These Cayuga County streams and lakes are: Owasco Outlet (May 4), North Brook (April 11) and Fall Creek (May 3 and April 4). Lake Ontario Brown trout fishing has been good on the big lake and they are being taken by trolling with stick baits or small spoons in shallow water. Fishing off colored water, if you can find it, has been good. Some spring Kings are also being taken and lake trout are being found in 120 feet of water. Click here to see the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
  18. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for April 27 through May 4, 2018 at https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. A reminder that from Nov 1 to May 1, all persons aboard any pleasure vessel less than 21 feet long must wear a Personal Floatation Device (PFD) while underway. For more information on boating regulations please view the NYS Boater's Guide. A link can be found in the righthand column under ‘Links Leaving DEC’s Website.’ The New York State Freshwater Fishing Regulations Guide runs from April 1st to March 30th. The 2018-19 Official guide has a picture of an angler holding a giant smallmouth bass on the cover. The Fishing Guide can be picked up where fishing licenses are sold. Oswego and Wayne Counties have weekly fishing hotlines on their web sites as well and would be another good option for fishing reports; Oswego County (visitoswegocounty.com); and Wayne County (waynecountytourism.com). Though Onondaga County doesn't have a weekly fishing report, their web site is another good source of fishing information in the region (fishonondagacounty.com). Lake Ontario On the few "nice" days that anglers have been able to make it out on the lake, they are getting brown trout trolling with stickbaits or small spoons in shallow water. Natural colors seem to be working better at the moment, that may change if we get some off colored water. Click here to see the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
  19. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for April 20 through 27, 2018 at https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. A reminder that from Nov 1 to May 1, all persons aboard any pleasure vessel less than 21 feet long must wear a Personal Floatation Device (PFD) while underway. For more information on boating regulations please view the NYS Boater's Guide. A link can be found in the righthand column under ‘Links Leaving DEC’s Website.’ The New York State Freshwater Fishing Regulations Guide runs from April 1st to March 30th. The 2018-19 Official guide has a picture of an angler holding a giant smallmouth bass on the cover. The Fishing Guide can be picked up where fishing licenses are sold, or viewed at Freshwater Fishing Regulations Oswego and Wayne Counties have weekly fishing hotlines on their web sites as well and would be another good option for fishing reports; Oswego County (visitoswegocounty.com); and Wayne County (waynecountytourism.com). Though Onondaga County doesn't have a weekly fishing report, their web site is another good source of fishing information in the region (fishonondagacounty.com). Region 7: Trout season kicked off on April 1st and for more information on trout fishing please view Fishing for Stream Trout and for places to go check out our Public Fishing Rights Brochures. A few sections of area streams, ponds and lakes will have been stocked with trout by Friday April 20th. These Cayuga County streams and lakes are: North Brook (April 11) and Fall Creek (April 4). Lake Ontario With the recent howling winds, getting out on the lake has been very difficult. On the few "nice" days that anglers have been able to make it out, they are getting brown trout trolling with stick baits or small spoons in shallow water. Click here to see the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
  20. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for April 13 through 20 at https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. A reminder that from Nov 1 to May 1, all persons aboard any pleasure vessel less than 21 feet long must wear a Personal Floatation Device (PFD) while underway. For more information on boating regulations please view the NYS Boater's Guide. A link can be found in the righthand column under ‘Links Leaving DEC’s Website.’ The New York State Freshwater Fishing Regulations Guide runs from April 1st to March 30th. The 2018-19 Official guide has a picture of an angler holding a giant smallmouth bass on the cover. Oswego and Wayne Counties have weekly fishing hotlines on their web sites as well and would be another good option for fishing reports; Oswego County (visitoswegocounty.com); and Wayne County (waynecountytourism.com). Though Onondaga County doesn't have a weekly fishing report, their web site is another good source of fishing information in the region (fishonondagacounty.com). Region 7: Trout season kicked off on April 1st and for more information on trout fishing please view Fishing for Stream Trout and for places to go check out our Public Fishing Rights Brochures. A few sections of area streams, ponds and lakes will have been stocked with trout by Friday April 13th. These Cayuga County streams and lakes are: North Brook (April 11) and Fall Creek (April 4). Lake Ontario When the weather cooperates, and anglers can make it out they are starting to get some brown trout trolling with stickbaits or spoons near shore. Click here to see the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
  21. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for March 16 through 23, 2018 at https://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. Remember ice thickness can vary greatly, even on the same water, so use extreme caution and your own good judgment if deciding to venture out. Some safety measures to follow are: use a spud and check ice thickness as you venture out, fish with a friend, bring a rope and ice safety picks (two handles with spike points). View the Introduction to Ice Fishing chapter for more information about ice fishing and the Ice Fishing Press Release for more safety information. A reminder that from Nov 1 to May 1, all persons aboard any pleasure vessel less than 21 feet long must wear a Personal Floatation Device (PFD) while underway. For more information on boating regulations please view the NYS Boater’s Guide. A link can be found in the righthand column under ‘Links Leaving DEC’s Website.’ Also, as a word of warning, all the dock structures at the DEC boat launches have been removed. So, please plan accordingly. The new Freshwater Fishing Regulation Guide is in place for April 1, 2017-March 31, 2018. You can obtain a copy from a licensing agent or view it at Summary of Freshwater Fishing Regulations. Oswego and Wayne Counties have weekly fishing hotlines on their web sites as well and would be another good option for fishing reports; Oswego County (visitoswegocounty.com); and Wayne County (waynecountytourism.com). Though Onondaga County doesn’t have a weekly fishing report, their web site is another good source of fishing information in the region (fishonondagacounty.com). Region 7: Cayuga Lake, Owasco Lake and Skaneateles Lake Just a reminder that walleye, northern pike, tiger musky and chain pickerel season closed on March 15th. It reopens again on May 5th. We are in the “in-between” period with too much ice around to get the boat out, and not enough to ice fish on. So, there is no information to report this week. Hopefully there will be information to report next week. Click here to see the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
  22. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for March 2 through 9 at http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html. Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. Remember ice thickness can vary greatly, even on the same water, so use extreme caution and your own good judgment if deciding to venture out. Some safety measures to follow are: use a spud and check ice thickness as you venture out, fish with a friend, bring a rope and ice safety picks (two handles with spike points). View the Introduction to Ice Fishing chapter for more information about ice fishing and the Ice Fishing Press Release for more safety information. A reminder that from Nov 1 to May 1, all persons aboard any pleasure vessel less than 21 feet long must wear a Personal Floatation Device (PFD) while underway. For more information on boating regulations please view the NYS Boater’s Guide. A link can be found in the under ‘Links Leaving DEC’s Website.’ Also, as a word of warning, all the dock structures at the DEC boat launches have been removed. So, please plan accordingly. Click here to see the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
  23. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for February 23 through March 2 at http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html. Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. Remember ice thickness can vary greatly, even on the same water, so use extreme caution and your own good judgment if deciding to venture out. Some safety measures to follow are: use a spud and check ice thickness as you venture out, fish with a friend, bring a rope and ice safety picks (two handles with spike points). View the Introduction to Ice Fishing chapter for more information about ice fishing and the Ice Fishing Press Release for more safety information. Because of the rain and thaw event that took place earlier in the week, ice conditions have deteriorated on many waters. Shorelines were hit especially hard, making access to the ice dangerous in some places. Areas subject to run-off, old holes and pressure cracks also became larger. Please keep all of this in mind if deciding to venture out, use your own good judgment and follow the safety steps mentioned above. A reminder that from Nov 1 to May 1, all persons aboard any pleasure vessel less than 21 feet long must wear a Personal Floatation Device (PFD) while underway. For more information on boating regulations please view the NYS Boater’s Guide. A link can be found in the under ‘Links Leaving DEC’s Website.’ Click here to see the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
  24. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for February 16 through 23 at http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html. Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. Enjoy free fishing February 17 – 18! During these designated days, New York residents and non-residents are permitted to fish for free without a fishing license. Visit http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/89821.html or call 518-402-8924 for more details. Remember ice thickness can vary greatly, even on the same water, so use extreme caution and your own good judgment if deciding to venture out. Some safety measures to follow are: use a spud and check ice thickness as you venture out, fish with a friend, bring a rope and ice safety picks (two handles with spike points). View the Introduction to Ice Fishing chapter for more information about ice fishing and the Ice Fishing Press Release for more safety information. The region has experienced a thaw with rain going into a weekend. Ice conditions will continue to change over the next few days, especially along shorelines, areas subject to run-off, and old holes and pressure cracks will likely be getting larger. Please keep this in mind if venturing out, use your own good judgment and follow the safety steps mentioned and referenced above. The ice surface will also likely be very slick without any snow-cover, so creepers or cleats are highly recommended. A reminder that from Nov. 1 to May 1, all persons aboard any pleasure vessel less than 21 feet long must wear a Personal Floatation Device (PFD) while underway. For more information on boating regulations please view the NYS Boater’s Guide. Also, as a word of warning, all the dock structures at the DEC boat launches have been removed. So, please plan accordingly. Click here to see the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
  25. The fishing report below is made available from the Central New York Fishing Hotline for February 2 through 9 at http://www.dec.ny.gov/outdoor/9218.html. Please visit that site for more information or to follow links. Remember ice thickness can vary greatly, even on the same water, so use extreme caution and your own good judgment if deciding to venture out. Some safety measures to follow are: use a spud and check ice thickness as you venture out, fish with a friend, bring a rope and ice safety picks (two handles with spike points). View the Introduction to Ice Fishing chapter for more information about ice fishing and the Ice Fishing Press Release for more safety information. A reminder that from Nov 1 to May 1, all persons aboard any pleasure vessel less than 21 feet long must wear a Personal Floatation Device (PFD) while underway. For more information on boating regulations please view the NYS Boater's Guide. A link can be found in the righthand column under ‘Links Leaving DEC’s Website.’ Also, as a word of warning, all the dock structures at the DEC boat launches have been removed. So, please plan accordingly. Click here to see the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.
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