James Daher has done it again folks. See one of the many beautiful brown trout James caught out of Onondaga Creek back in early May. The fish are still schooled up in pools. Get and out there and do some stream fishing before the warmer weather comes.
Big Bay on the west end of Oneida Lake produced plenty of healthy bluegill and crappie. Anglers used a variety of small ice dots tipped with wax worms and spikes.
If you are a walleye fisherman, then you might want to start thinking of ways to one-up the competition. As nights get colder, and the water temperature slowly gets colder, weeds will start to wither and walleyes will be schooling in the bays feeding at night. Start preparing now so you are ready for some wonderful fishing in the beginning of October.
Take a look at some of the stick baits below. They are just a few of James Daher’s favorite lures for fall walleye fishing. Stop into the shop to learn about all of the different lures.