The problem with many lakes is that the centers are still open, and we have high winds this week. That could take us backwards a little bit, Bill Hilts Jr. says.
With a good old-fashioned lake-effect storm bearing down on Buffalo and to the south, fishing the tributaries, harbors and other areas is going to be difficult.
High winds have been riled up area waterways.
Musky season is open in the lower Niagara River and Lake Ontario until Dec. 15.
Some seasons close Nov. 30, but others open Dec. 1.
The final free fishing day of the year in New York is Nov. 11. Take a veteran fishing. Remember to abide by the regulations for the body of water you intend to fish.
If there isn’t too much precipitation, stream fishing should be much better this weekend, Bill Hilts Jr. says.
Rain and cooler temperatures are really having a positive impact in the Great Lakes tributaries, and with more of both in the forecast, grab a rod and give it a go.
Fall has arrived and the fish are beginning to move around the systems to prepare for spawning in the next 60 days.
With hunting seasons starting, there will be less fishing pressure on area waters.
National Hunting and Fishing Day will celebrate 50 years of honoring the country’s anglers and hunters this weekend.
Salmon are showing up in the lower Niagara River and snapping out in Lake Ontario.
Bass anglers are getting ready for the Douglas Rods Big Money Open on Sept. 18 and first responders are being honored with a special Lake Erie fishing day on Sept. 11.
The Canadian border has reopened for fishing if you have a Canadian license, but do not plan on touching land, mooring/anchoring or physically contacting another boat.
It is the last weekend for the Lake Ontario Counties Summer Derby.
The Lake Ontario Counties Trout and Salmon Derby is in full swing and if you are going fishing on Lake Ontario, even for a day, it might be wo…
Remember that even if a license is not required, you must abide by the regulations on the waters you fish.
It will be another busy weekend with the opening of bass and Great Lakes musky.
The Southtowns Walleye Association’s Walleye Derby starts Saturday.
It is important to plan for the weekend of June 18-20 if you are a fisherman out of Buffalo.