Niagara River Steelhead.

Posted on March 14th, 2018

Our good friend Matt Cory of TopSet Sport Fishing, has been taking advantage of the mild late-winter weather and steelheading as much as he can with his friends from Lake Ontario to Lake Huron tributaries.

The biggest tributary is the Niagara River that can be intimidating to fish since the water is so big, the runs deep and long. Most anglers this time of the year will drift roe bags, but on many days drifting minnow-imitations like streamers, the www.lunkercity.com Fin-S fish can produce both steelhead, browns and lakers. Key is to cover water and to fish close to the bottom. If the water is clear, lengthen your fluorocarbon leaders as long as you can.

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