Big Chinooks and Lakers moving into shallower water in Niagara Region.

Posted on August 31st, 2011

[nggallery id=584]Aldo Nava who operates www.niagarafishingadventures.com , reports that fishing has been good but he has had to work hard the fish they have been catching. One of the problems has been the weather and strong winds which have been off and on for the past week.  He is still managing to catch quality Chinooks in the 12-26 lb. range, and some big lake trout.


Take a look at the sonar screen-capture Aldo shot with his iPhone and you will see that he is marking lot’s of salmon, but making them hit is another story.  Our guess is that they are already in “staging-mode” and are preparing to head into the harbors and up the tributaries to spawn.  Aldo has been catching his fish in 150-300’ of water trolling 50-70’down and using larger spoons.


Aldo does regular radio fishing updates on www.htzfm.com , St. Catharine’s and you can still have a chance to win the Rapala Biggest catch contest they are hosting and have you could win a $500.00 RAPALA Prize package or one of two full day Niagara Fishing Adventures charter on Lake Ontario.


If you would like to book a charter with Aldo, just email him through his website at, www.niagarafishingadventures.com .

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