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Wayne County Fishing Report for September 3, 2019: LOC Fall Derby, Big Catches, and More

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Lake Ontario - The LOC Fall Derby awards were yesterday at Captain Jacks, Sodus Point. The Grand Prize Salmon was a 33.08-pound king that was caught the first day of the derby. Poor Codey Allen had to look at the leaderboard for 17 days to see if he was bumped.


However, Allen left Sodus Point with a whopping $25,500. It was worth the wait.


Wayne County produced the largest brown trout, adult division. Bruce Raggi caught a 15.13-pound brown near Bear Creek and the youth award went to Connor Vogt, who caught a 12-pound brown fishing Wayne County waters.


Currently, the salmon bite has been in 250 to 300 feet of water, down 90 feet. The kings are hitting everything; meat rigs, flasher flies, and mag spoons. There has been plenty bait being marked, so look for the hooks.


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

Edited by Wayne County
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