Wrapped up ICAST Thursday night back and after a delayed flight I was back on the water Friday.
Put together some good catches even in tough conditions.
Wind has been brutal.
Check out Roxy in the photos, she is due in just 6 weeks and landed some great fish!
What a switch from the weekend.
Winds went away, the lake was flat and they wanted to play!
15 bites to land 11 including 4 skippys of which 3 we were able to return unharmed.
Two real nice Atlantic's one brown and some nice Chinooks
Big fin glo, glo green flies and spoons on NBK, Mongoose, Hawg wild, yellow killer and a few others did the deed
If the weather would only hold, we are on for a great 8 to 19 weeks of trolling.
I have July 20, 27, 29, 31 AM and July 20, 25, 26, 27, 29, 31 PM
It's time to go!!
Another beautiful day on the big pond
The am trip we lit them up pretty good.
The pm trip we worked hard to land three decent ones.
Plenty of bait around even though we are told there isn't any.
I see several year classes as well.
Spoons and flies are still the attention getters on the HA
Some fish in the ice but many out of temp chasing bait.
Looks to be a good month if conditions hold. www.highadventurefishing.com
One of my good luck crews we're on the boat today and luck was on our side.
We caught a variety of fish we caught quality fish and we caught a lot of fish.
It was a beautiful day on the big O with great people.
Thanks again Hiester and Ruth I'll see you in August.
Performed my first wedding today aboard the High Adventure
We had a perfect day for the ceremony.
Everything went well. Shelley made decorations for the boat and Karen reeled in her first king in her wedding dress.
I could do this all the time.
I am honored to have married them
Congratulations Chris and Karen!!
Hope the winds let us get out tomorrow.
High Adventure Sportfiahing
Great time today taking a bunch of active duty soldiers, veterans and their families fishing. I had two soldiers from Fort Drum and their sons with me and we had a banner morning.
Big thanks to Tom Burke and all the captains that make this possible.
Happy Fathers Day
Fishing on the big and little O has been up and down each day. On Lake Ontario Lake trout up to 16 pounds have been the norm fishing east and west of Oswego in 150 to 170 FOW. They are really deep and tough to fish if it is rough, but you can catch them.
Brown trout are really scattered from 20 to 100 FOW The temperature is all the same and you have to just work the bait and the current lines.
Riggers, lead cores, divers and flat lines are all working.
On Oneida Lake you kill the walleye today and struggle the next. 20 to 30 FOW with gold and perch sonars are the best bet there.
Great weather coming up for th weekend. Get out and enjoy the outdoors.
Stay safe, Troy
Some decent fishing over the last few days with a mix of Brown's, lake trout and a few rainbows and small kings mixed in. The early morning bite has been west of our Harbor in 5 to 30 FOW. Brons are hitting Michigan Stinger and Finger Lakes Tackle spoons in a variety of color. The salmon bite is hit or miss right now with most of the fish coming in 150 to 200 FOW just west of the river. Spoons, Atomik Flies and even cut bait are taking a variety of fish including some huge lake trout.
Walleye Fishing on Oneida lake has been decent as well.
Weather is awesome and I have Wednesday and Friday open.
Lake Ontario Fishing Report 5/ 16/ 16
Gale winds are keeping everyone at the dock today but Lake Ontario fishing has been sick with big bright kings, some hefty browns and plenty of giant lake trout,
For Kings, the best spoons have been Finger Lakes Tackle and Stingers in Glow Gator, Black Widow, SSW, Diehard and Green Dolphin.
For browns he best baits are a black silver orange belly smithwicks, fished on the surface about 150 feet behind the boat and dream weaver spoons in black and silver, glow green, and orange, fished 4 to 10 feet down off of the downriggers. Look for colored water and warmer temperatures and the fish will be there.
The walleye action on Oneida Lake is up & down right now. Fish are being taken in shallow and deep water. North of Messenger Reef, jigging with black/purple 1/2 to 5/8 oz. jigs tipped with a crawler is also taking a fair share of fish.
The Salmon River Steelhead fishing is all but done with ontl a few stragglers left. There is some real good smallmouth bass fishing and resident trout that can be produce some great fly fishing action. E-mail me for details
I have openings for charters and now is the time.
This is Captain Troy Creasy, Keep your line wet, and God Bless.