Want to visit but don't know exactly where on the water to go and catch that fish species you love so much? No problem. The St. Lawrence River Valley has plenty great fishing areas and we are an experienced guide services that would love to show you the best fishing spots they know! The St. Lawrence River Valley has plenty of local communities each with its own variety of water to choose from. Depending on your desires, you can fish one body of water all day long or fish along multiple waterways - on the same day! Imagine beginning your day fishing along a from large rivers or lakes and ending your day at a small pond or stream. The St. Lawrence River Valley offers many beautiful locations to fish from. If it's fishing along the St. Lawrence River you want , we have several towns to access it from. If you want to fish for a particular fish species, we can direct you to several local towns along key bodies of water to fish them in. For details on locations that would welcome your visit, see Places to Fish. Take your pick. Do you want to catch huge monsters like muskie or carp? How about a fighting fish like our Northern Pike? Or is it a trophy Smallmouth or Largemouth Bass you're after? Whether you're looking to do sport fishing or want the fantastic challenge of fly-fishing for a beautiful Rainbow Trout, we've got a large variety of fish to choose from. From big...Largemouth & Smallmouth Bass Northern Pike Muskie and Carp ...to a variety of ...Panfish Walleye Catfish and Trout. No matter which fish species is your favorite, fishing our waters for them is a rewarding experience.
Captain Bob is a USCG Licensed guide for the St. Lawrence River. The Main bulk of our fishing takes place between Chippewa Bay and Waddington New York. Captain Bob ia also NYS Fishing guide on Klack Lake, the Oswegatchie River, Grasse River, Racquet River and some small lakes. We fish from a 2002 Starcraft Fishmaster 196 with a 2007 115 4 stroke Mercury. The best walleye fishing is right after opening of the season and again late fall. The best Smallmouth Bass fishing takes place from June through Fall. Smaller river fishing is fantastic with a ultra light pole some waters are under fished. Hit it right and you maybe able to catch and release 50 + smallmouth 8 to 12 inches in a couple mile stretch. Don't be surprise whem you hook that elusive walleye or musky.
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