Fishing Conditions

The Bait and Tackle Shop is OPEN at 6:30 during the Week and 6am on Sat and Sun

Golden Shiners, Fatheads, Roseys, Spikes, Worms, and Jigs!

 

Chaumont Bay REPORT

Monday Morning  6/9/14

Perch are in big demand right now.  Those looking to sell can call Thousand Islands Fishery at 315-482-3455

Spring offers lots of fishing oppurtunities throughout the Chaumont Bay area:

Bass season opens the 3rd Saturday in June and you may not target them until then.  No Catch and Release allowed in Jefferson county on the Lake.

The Perch bite is picking up.  The jumbos are in 15-40 ft now.

Pike and pickerel are hitting well in 10-20 foot weedy areas.

Walleyes have been on fire all spring (since last fall for that matter).  The bite has begun to slow now as the large schools of baitfish work into the bay.  Lots of fish still being caught however in 10-30 ft.

Spinners tipped with worms or minnows and shallow running stick baits (bombers have been hot) as well as spoons.  1.8-2 .9mph as a rule for walleyes.  243 mph for browns.  Both typically will be found near the mouth of the bay as well as the shoreline from Three mile bay around to the isthmus.

Good Luck to Everyone no matter what you chose.  And be safe, Life Jackets save lives in cold waters!

 

We will continue to update daily if not several times daily, so keep in touch.  For personal attention, call or text Greg  315-783-5482 anytime before 6pm daily.