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Full Report: Irondequoit Bay: Bass are still biting well for anglers fishing along the weed edges and shore line. Stick worms (Senko's, Stik-o's, etc.) have been working really well as have bass jigs. No word on the perch fishing yet.


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Full Report: Irondequoit Bay: Bass are still biting well for anglers fishing along the weed edges with a variety of baits. Fishing topwaters above the vegetation is also working.


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Full Report: Irondequoit Bay: Bass are still biting well for anglers fishing along the weed edges with a variety of baits. Fishing topwaters above the vegetation is also working.


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Full Report: Irondequoit Bay: Bass are being taken on the outside weed edges with spinnerbaits, stick worms (some examples are Senkos, Stik-O's, and Yum Dingers) and a variety of plastics. A few walleye are being taken around the islands on Sodus Bay.


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Full Report: Lake Erie and Tributaries Rough waters have limited angler outings on Lake Erie lately. However, when conditions have permitted, trollers have seen decent to good walleye action. From Buffalo to Cattaraugus Creek, anglers are catching walleye from 45 feet of water out to the international line. Many eyes are coming from between 35 feet down and the bottom, but some have been caught on gear run just 20 feet down. Worm harnesses have worked well, but also attract sheepshead, white bass and white perch. Barcelona trollers report good walleye action in around 80 feet of water. Fish are suspended and the best bite has been between 30-35 feet down. Stickbaits in black/purple, black/silver and black/green, and worm harnesses in chartreuse or orange have worked well. Lead core has been most productive "delivery system".

Anglers should not overlook shallower reef areas when searching for walleye. Anglers typically catch walleye around the deeper edges of reefs by casting and retrieving weight forward spinners tipped with a nightcrawler or by bottom bouncing with worm harnesses. Good spots to try include Seneca Shoal, Myers Reef and Evans Bar.

Yellow perch schools are scattered, so searching is required. Between Sturgeon Point and Cattaraugus Creek, anglers have located some decent perch catches in shallow waters of around 15-25 feet, but the better bite has been between 44-60 feet of water. Live emerald shiners fished just off the bottom work best for perch. If emeralds are scarce, try other small minnows/shiners or salted minnows.

There is not much new smallmouth bass info to report. However, smallmouth bass generally move deeper as nearshore waters warm. Depths of 25 feet is a good starting point, and work deeper for larger bronzebacks. Target structure areas around reefs, rock piles and drop-offs with drop-shot rigs combined with crayfish, minnows, tube jigs or other plastic baits.

Inland Trout Fishing The area's trout streams have excellent flows for the most part, although some may still be a bit high from recent storms. Just about everything should be in good shape by the weekend. There are some isonychia hatches happening, and terrestrials are also on the menu. Ant dry flies, foam beetles, grasshopper and cricket patterns will take trout. Fish these patterns on a dead drift, giving a slight twitch every now and again to imitate a struggling insect. Productive offerings for spinning anglers include worms, salted minnows and small inline spinners. If you are a catch-and-release angler and use spinners, it is a good practice to outfit your spinners with a single hook rather than a treble hook.




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Full Report: Irondequoit Bay: The ice has gone from the bay but the water is currently high and turbid, so no new information to report this week. Watch out for debris if heading out.


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Full Report: Irondequoit Bay: The ice has gone from the bay but the water is currently high and turbid, so no new information to report this week. Watch out for debris if heading out.


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Full Report: Irondequoit Bay: No new information as we await the ice clearing out enough to get boats out.


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Full Report: Irondequoit Bay: There is 10-12 inches of ice being reported. Perch fishing continues to be slow on the bay, with lots of bait being marked.


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Full Report: Irondequoit Bay: There is 10 inches of ice being reported. Perch fishing continues to be slow on the bay, with lots of bait being marked.

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09/20/2014 00:02:44Guest---Irondequoit Bay
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