Buffalo, NY Fishing Reports

Your Lake Erie to Lake Ontario Fishing Experience

End of the Line Charters fishing is your go-to source for the latest information on Lake Ontario and Lake Erie fishing. Our experienced guides regularly update this section with detailed reports on the fishing conditions and the best techniques to use to catch various fish species.

If you're planning a fishing trip to Lake Ontario or Lake Erie, our fishing reports are an essential resource to help you make the most of your time on the water. Our reports cover a variety of species, including salmon, trout, walleye, and bass, among others. We also share tips and tricks on the best lures and bait to use, the most effective fishing techniques, and where to find the fish.

We get these questions a lot. Where are the fish biting in Lake Erie? What is the most popular fish to catch in Lake Erie? How deep are the salmon in Lake Ontario right now? Well, the depth at which salmon can be found in Lake Ontario varies depending on factors such as water temperature, time of day, and weather conditions.

Generally, during the summer months, salmon tend to stay at deeper depths, around 60-150 feet, to avoid warmer surface temperatures. However, during the spring and fall, when water temperatures are cooler, salmon can be found at shallower depths, ranging from 20 to 60 feet. It's always best to consult with Captain David, a local fishing guide, or check our recent fishing reports to get the most up-to-date information on the current conditions and the best techniques for catching salmon in Lake Ontario and Lake Erie!

End of the Line Charters is proud to present its latest fishing report for Lake Erie and Lake Ontario. Our reports detail seasonality and species, so you can plan your next fishing trip with confidence. We have gathered information from our experienced captains and anglers to give you the most accurate picture of what to expect on your next adventure.

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March 12, 2023

Lake Ontario Fishing Report

Lake Ontario is known for its spectacular fishing opportunities, particularly for Steelhead and Trout. As the ice gradually melts, the water temperature starts to sink. This change in temperature means that anglers need to search deeper in the water to find some fish. Despite the colder temperatures, Lake Ontario offers excellent fishing opportunities throughout the year. Steelhead and Trout are abundant in these waters and can be found in various depths depending on the time of year. Anglers who are willing to put in a bit of effort will be rewarded with some incredible catches.