The lakes and Species

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Lake Ontario

Finger lakes

Lake Ontario

 We spend 60% of our time on Lake Ontario Stalking King Salmon.  These fish are the hardest fighting fish in the north east.  A salmon of 30 pounds can battle for 20-40 minutes. It is truly an experience you will never forget. If you always wanted to hear a reel scream for 20 seconds straight this is your opportunity. Ontario also offers great Steelhead, Brown trout, lake trout, Atlantic and Coho Salmon. Launches: Oak Orchard Creek, Olcott,  Wilson harbor, Sandy Creek, Bald Eagle Marina, Braddock's Bay at west point marina and lower Niagara River. 

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Lake Erie

Finger lakes

Lake Ontario

 If you are fishing for table fare or large  numbers of fish,  Lake Erie will consistently deliver for you.  3 man limits of walleye are common and early spring is a great time to catch perch with your wife and kids...  


If you're looking for that walleye over 30" for your wall this is the best place on earth to look.  Launches: Buffalo small boat harbor, Cattaraugus creek. 

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Finger lakes

Finger lakes

Finger lakes

 Canandaigua lake is a great option on windy days if the bigger lakes are too rough.  We consistently catch Rainbow, Brown, and Lake trout. The fish are smaller, but their size and  pristine water offers noticeably better tasting fish.  This is a beautiful Lake and is a great place to take a client on a summer evening. Many customers choose this option over dinner and a round of golf.  


 Conesus Lake is one of the smaller finger lakes.  It is known for extraordinarily large pike, bass, and  vicious Tiger Muskie.