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The spring has been very good to Rochester. We experienced kings right from the get go along with our wonderful brown trout fishery in 8 to 15 fow along both Eastern and Western shorelines. As of recent over these past couple weeks in June we have experienced a jumbo steelhead fishery in 150 to 250 fow that has been awesome. Still seeing some king activity in 80 to 110 fow.

 

Capt. Ken Biemiller
Off The Hook Charters
Rochester, NY

June steelhead and lakers off the surface.

 

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Trout and Salmon Fishing out of Rochester has been absolutely awesome this year. It started early in the spring with tremendous Brown Trout activity and early Kings showing up on the South Shore due to the warm weather conditions. We have successfully transitioned offshore with a continued good bite East and West of the Rochester Harbor. Each day out has been providing a good variety of Kings, Browns, Lake Trout and Steelhead.  Don’t miss this action. The exiting and hugely anticipated piece is what can we expect size wise this Fall with early May and June providing many 30lb Kings. This Fall is likely to be one of the best since the early 80’s.

Capt. Ken Biemiller
Off The Hook Charters
www.othfishing.com

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Comments Comments Off on June/July 2012 Rochester Fishing Report

The fishery has been very good to us on the front side of the season, the weather a different story.  April right off the bat served up some of the best Brown Trout fishing ever. Great shoreline fishing both East and West of the Genesee produced a mixed bags of Browns, Coho’s and Steelhead.  This inshore fishery carried later than normal into and through the month of May and transitioned later in the month to an offshore Steelhead bite as well with some Kings showing up.  Early June we still had a good inshore fishery with Browns and offshore surface breaks providing anglers with good Steelhead, Coho and Laker top water action. As usual at some point in June we go through a transition period as the surface temps push down setting up a thermocline and the fish are scattered as they try to find their comfort zone.   Stay tuned for more updates.

Capt. Ken Biemiller


Off The Hook Charters

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