NY Hopes to Restore Lake Sturgeon Populations – Lexington Herald Leader

NY hopes to restore lake sturgeon populations
Lexington Herald Leader
The number of lake sturgeon remains low compared to historical levels due to commercial fishing, dam building and habitat loss. The freshwater fish can still be found in Lake Erie, the Niagara River, Lake Ontario, the St. Lawrence River and some other ...

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Video Used to Track, Study Port Hope Salmon Run – Northumberland Today

Northumberland Today
Video used to track, study Port Hope salmon run
Northumberland Today
PORT HOPE -- A Lake Ontario Atlantic Salmon Restoration open house at Corbett's Dam showcased new fish counting and fish video-recording equipment which Mayor Bob Sanderson says is an important investment in the community, and tourism. A new app links ...

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Reeling in the Smallmouth Bass of a Lifetime – the Kingston Whig-Standard

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Reeling in the smallmouth bass of a lifetime
The Kingston Whig-Standard
I love targeting bass during the summer months, but when fall rolls around I'm excited to switch gears and focus on the big Lake Ontario walleye that migrate into the Bay of Quinte. It's definitely one of my favourite and most anticipated fishing ...

The Fishing Beat: Plenty of Salmon Action on Lake Ontario and Niagara River – Buffalo News

Buffalo News
The Fishing Beat: Plenty of salmon action on Lake Ontario and Niagara River
Buffalo News
Oak Orchard has been fishing well with a nice mix of king salmon and steelhead making their upstream migrations according to Drew Nisbet, fishing manager with Orvis Buffalo. Water levels in the Oak are slightly higher than normal for this time of year.

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2017 Salmon Run: Picks Up on Most Waterways, Salmon River Seeing More Steelhead – NewYorkUpstate.com

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2017 Salmon Run: Picks up on most waterways, Salmon River seeing more steelhead
NewYorkUpstate.com
This week the Upstate NY fall salmon fishing scene on Lake Ontario tributaries is starting to make a transition. For the Salmon River, the peak of the run appears to be over, with the remaining Chinooks and cohos from the lake expected to continue ...