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orleans Orleans County Fishing Report for July 24, 2018

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This week's fishing report is from Capt. John Oravec of Tightlines Charters, July 24, 2018. 

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The Lake Ontario waters off Point Breeze - simply put - are teeming with big king salmon after a big nor'easter storm caused the inside water to roll over.  A classic upwelling, the salmon are feeding closer to the shoreline and near the surface! 

 

I heard from a duo hailing from New Jersey and West Virginia that they had super action in close, plus one of the biggest salmon yet for 2018 - a 40" 27 plus pounder!

 

Another group of trollers plowed thru fog only to find lots of schoolie kings and scrappy steelhead 30 to 40 feet down over 400 feet depths. Hot lure wise the consensus is spoons!

Spoons! Spoons! Try to simplify a lure spread with a couple downriggers and a trailing 10 color leadcore or 250 ft. copper flatline/the water is very clear less can catch more. 

 

Your local tackle shops have the prime baits and accessories to repair all the breakage during salmon wars like this! Be careful when running offshore. Have plenty of fuel, safety gear and stay in sight of the boat fleet.

 

Go get 'em!
Capt John Oravec
captjohnoravec.com  
Tight Lines Charters 
1857 Countyline Rd * Lyndonville, NY 14098 
boat/mobile 585-590-2045 

 

 

Capt. Johnny Oravec is a 43 year veteran Orleans County charter captain of the 33 foot Trojan the "Troutman 2." Capt. Johnny has been helping Great Lakes anglers learn and develop fishing techniques by writing for the In Fisherman Magazine TV and Radio.

 

Visit our Fishing Report on OrleansCountyTourism.com, including weather forecasts and our "At the Oak, Orleans County" Facebook feed.

From Point Breeze on Lake Ontario, the World Fishing Network's Ultimate Fishing Town USA and the rest of Orleans County, let's make every day a great fishing day right here in Orleans County!

Sincerely,
The Team at Orleans County Tourism

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