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niagara Updates from Buffalo: Safe boating tips, fishing conditions, recent fish caught and more

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The Buffalo News provides details on a variety of topics of interest to outdoor enthusiasts in this edition. See below for the most recent details and links.


The Buffalo News Presents “Safe boating week: Tips for cruising WNY waters”

In this article from The Buffalo News called “Safe boating week: Tips for cruising WNY waters,” Bill Hilts Jr. provides helpful information for staying safe on the water. As the article states, “With the arrival of National Safe Boating Week starting Saturday, it’s a great time to look at how to make your trips on the water as safe as possible.” Click here for more information!


“Scattershots (May 15, 2019)” from The Buffalo News

Bill Hilts Jr. shares details on a variety of topics of interest to outdoor enthusiasts in this edition of “Scattershots” from The Buffalo News. Subjects discussed include, “Bison City teach to fish program set for May 19” and “DEC to hold angler outreach meeting May 22.” Click here for details!


The Buffalo News Shares the "Catches of the Week (May 16)"

The Buffalo News provides photos and stories of some of the fish caught throughout the region in this edition of the "Catches of the Week." Included is a 22-pound salmon. an 11-pound, 1 ounce brown trout caught off Olcott and more. Click here to see!


“The Fishing Beat (May 15, 2019)” from The Buffalo News

In this edition of “The Fishing Beat” from The Buffalo News, Bill Hilts Jr. provides details on the latest fishing conditions and happenings throughout the region. Bodies of water discussed include Lake Ontario and tributaries, the Niagara River, Lake Erie and tributaries and Chautauqua Lake. Click here to read more!

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