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Lake Ontario Brown Trout

SEASON – Spring, Fall

TACTICS – walking the Lake Ontario tributaries. Floating the Lower Niagara River and Lake Ontario bar

SIZE – average 6 lbs but fish over 10 lbs are common

HABITAT – deep, slow moving pools and along mud lines in open water

THE BROOKDOG PERSPECTIVE…

These big, glutonous, golden beasts are a popular attraction in the Bufffalo Niagara Region.  They are an awesome fish because they are hungry…seemingly all the time.  That makes them easy targets and a main attraction to the Buffalo Niagara Region.

Lake Ontario Brown Trout are catchable all year but the prime times are in the fall and spring.

Fall is spawning time for these fish. During this period, they ascend the regional tributaries where they will make every attempt to bring about another generation of fish. This is an arduous process for them and it seems like they need to feed constantly throughout this period. That’s great news for us anglers.

In the spring, as the water in Lake Ontario begins to warm, bait fish begin to move shallow to spawn and forage. Often, these bait fish will push up the regional tributaries as well. The brown trout follow them and gorge themselves.

Every serious angler loves a big brown trout – they are fat, gnarly looking on the spawn, and display the most gorgeous colors of any fish in the region. If you haven’t held a biggie brown before, give us a call and we’ll arrange it for you!

WE FISH FOR NEARLY EVERY SPECIES THE NIAGARA RIVER, LAKE ERIE, LAKE ONTARIO, AND THEIR TRIBUTARIES HAVE TO OFFER!

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