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niagara Niagara Falls USA Fishing Forecast for July 25, 2018 from Destination Niagara USA

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The hard east winds last weekend mixed things up like a washing machine according to Capt. Mike Johannes of On the Rocks Charters. On Tuesday he fished in 200 to 350 feet of water straight out from Wilson and put his temperature probe down 80 feet. It recorded 44 degree water. An hour later it was 64 degrees. While he marked good numbers of fish on his electronics, getting them to hit was tough. They did manage to catch 2 kings over 20 pounds. Flasher-fly rigs and 400 copper line set-ups produced the big fish. The Wilson Bicentennial tournament was postponed last Sunday and was rescheduled for July 28. Contact Johannes at 523-1727 for information. The Lake Ontario Trout and Salmon Association held its club tournaments last Friday and Saturday. According to one of the coordinators for the event Kyle Hovak: “Fishing was lights out for a lot of teams.  Mag spoons tended to be what the bigger fish hit - riggers down 40-50-60 feet.  Long lines - copper/10 color lead cores with spoons pulled a lot of fish.  We fished more flasher-fly and Dreamweaver big foot paddles with meat deep.  Caught a ton of fish but they tended to be in the 15-pound range.  Most guys trolled north-south until they found a good class of fish.”  

 

Click here to see the rest of this report on ILoveNYFishing.com.

 

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