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Orleans County

orleans Orleans County Fishing Report for November 6, 2018

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This week's STREAM fishing report is from Ron Bierstine from Oak Orchard Tackle and Lodge, November 6, 2018.   



We had a bit more rain last night and this morning that should maintain flows.  Forecast is for any serious precipitation to have moved out of the area this morning and then followed by a wind advisory through tomorrow.  Next chance at precipitation and colder temps is this weekend.  Flows in the Oak are slightly high with slightly stained water color of about 2 ft of visibility.  Flows consist of turbine water and fluctuating overflow levels thanks to hydro-power operations.  During this leaf fall period and especially with wind and rain, look for at least daily water level fluctuations.

Some anglers remark that when flows temporarily go down, the numbers of fish revealed in the Oak is a little humbling!  There are a lot of browns and some steelhead and of course still Kings.  Plenty of greener Kings are still around, look for still some non-zombie Kings through November.  Smaller tributaries, especially, will have Kings later in the fall since that salmon run really didn't crank up for upstream gravel action until just last week.  Fishing pressure is definitely intense at times, seems less now through this mid week period.  Most all anglers report good action for mixed bag chances on browns and steelhead and Atlantics and Kings and cohos. 



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

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