Today’s trip was a last minute booking. This time of year that is more than acceptable as the weather can be unpredictable. Victor wanted to get his 2 kids out fishing on this gorgeous day.
Taking kids fishing is something I strongly support. Matthew and Avenir we nothing but smiles all day. At the end of their four hour charter they had a boat limit to take home and many more released to filet another day.
Oneida Lake walleye fishing has been very consistent this year. This fall it has been nothing short of amazing most days. I will be fishing until the snow flies so if you want to get out on the water give me a call.
Today I had the pleasure if guiding Adam and Rich. The Lake was not what you would call happy. It was a bumby ride for sure. Lucky for us the walleye didn’t care what was going on on the surface and were very hungry. They left with a limit of walleye filets and many more were released.
Kory and Logan had a great day with me fishing for walleye on Oneida Lake. They went home with a limit of tasty walleye fillets.
Trolling 20 to 30 feet of water with spinners and worms was the ticket again Monday. This is often the best technique in the summer. I still have plenty of day available so give me a call to book today.
This morning started of with lightening. We waited at the launch for it to pass then headed out on very calm water. Today’s trip was 4 guys so I had Wayne Weber running the second boat for me.
We both headed to different spots using different techniques to see which was best. Turned out to be a slower than expected bite for both of us. That being said between trolling cranks and worms Mike, Will, David, and Tony all left with their limits of walleye. They also took home a few bonus fish.
Overall it was a great day with excellent customers. The weather was better then expected and that is always a plus. I have dates available in the near future if you want to get out walleye fishing on Oneida Lake.
The mayfly hatch was in full swing this past weekend. If you are familiar with Oneida Lake walleye fishing then you know that means its time to troll the mud flats.
I had a great trip with Mike, Derek, and Ryan catching walleye and perch on spinners in 30 to 40 feet of water. Trolling a spinner and a worm took the majority of the bites. Jigging the typical baits such as blade baits and bucktails is also taking some eyes.
I have dates available if you want to get out and catch some fish. You won’t find better eating freshwater fish then walleye and perch.