Niagara River-Lake Ontario info please

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2008/03/12 11:24:18 (permalink)

Niagara River-Lake Ontario info please

Hey guys, I got an invite to fish Lake Ontario for salmon and the Niagara River for trout the week of May 20th. and was wondering if anyone else has fished that area around that time of year and how good it might be.
I am guessing the river trip will be a float trip.
Thanks for any input it will be appreciated.

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    Chromeslayer
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    RE: Niagara River-Lake Ontario info please 2008/03/16 20:04:31 (permalink)
    there still will be a few trout left in the Niagara in late may.. but u will be better off to fish out in the lake out on the Niagara Bar... should be stacked with kings that time of year.. thats where i would be putting my efforts at
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    RE: Niagara River-Lake Ontario info please 2008/04/06 16:33:46 (permalink)
    Good info. Can u tell us what's the best way to get the kings?
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    RE: Niagara River-Lake Ontario info please 2008/04/08 15:22:52 (permalink)
    Troll!
     
    Each year seems different.  Some years its a big spoon bite, some years a mix, some years flasher/dodger and flies.  Some years they will be up on the bar, some years along the break, some years, like last year, they were mostly 80 to 100 down over 180 to 280 fow.  Last year it was predominantly a spoon bite, but our 2 biggest came off wire divers w/ Spin Docs or E-Chips and flies.
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