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niagara Niagara Falls USA Fishing Forecast for Feb. 22, 2018 from Destination Niagara USA

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It’s been a roller coaster ride for sure from the fishing end of things due to the ups and downs associated with the weather. Earlier in the week, record-breaking temperatures shot up to 66 degrees. It’s back down to the 30s but back up to the 50s by the weekend. Lower Niagara River action for trout had been good. The tributaries off Lake Ontario and Lake Erie opened back up again and anglers were catching trout consistently … before the rains came. All the tributaries were high and muddy but as of this morning both 12 Mile Creek in Wilson and Keg Creek were flowing nicely according to Wes Walker at The Slippery Sinker in Olcott. Over at Burt Dam and 18 Mile Creek, water flow has already started to come down and there was about a foot visibility. There should be some fresh fish around. Ice fishing is questionable. Caution is advised any time you are heading out onto the hard water due to the wind and rain we received last go-round of warmth. Getting back to the Niagara River, the water condition was affected by the dirty water coming out of the streams but there was no indication that fishing had stopped. Condition was stained from the power plants on down but was more manageable above the plants.


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