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Wayne County Fishing Report for August 27, 2019: Fall LOC Derby, Free Fishing, and More

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Lake Ontario- The king salmon bites have been scattered with the fish out to 500 fow and in at 120 fow. Look for the marks at 500 then fish into 120. Or reverse your troll and start close to shore.

In 240 fow they were hitting flasher flies down 80. The spoon bite still works with Blue-green mags working.


Today the south wind is cranking and predicted to blow for a couple of days so that will push warmer water out and bring cold water closer to shore. Look for the marks to catch salmon.


All the ramps in Wayne County are open for business. You should not have any problems launching a boat.


As of today, Tuesday August 27, there is still a no-wake restriction on Wayne County waters. That could change any day.


The Loc Fall Derby runs until Labor Day, so you have plenty of time to hook a $25,000 Grand Prize king. Hughes’ Marina has weighed some nice kings and browns and still holds first place for the largest brown.


No NYS fishing license is needed for the Fall Derby.


Check the leader board at www.loc.org


Awards ceremony is Monday at Captain Jacks, Sodus Point.


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

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