Do I Qualify? Widget

Reviews on Zillow
3126365
"Amazing team! I highly recommend them. Fast, efficient and sold out home in 3 weeks. Our home is one of your biggest assets and didn't want to just ... more "
5.0/5.0
by jalhammond
2911178
"Rick was very helpful in the search process, selection and purchase. He was very laid back but at the same time was always available and always ... more "
5.0/5.0
by AndreaWalsh7

Thursday, February 24, 2011

Still plenty of time for ice fishing




Picture Courtesy: www.grizzlygary.com


February 24, 2011 - By GENE PAUSZEK, OBSERVER Outdoors Columnist


There is still a lot of safe ice on Chautauqua Lake with about 12 inches reported away from the shoreline.

Yellow perch and bluegills are the target species, but walleye hits are becoming more numerous. Crappie activity is usually a low light bite.

Lake Erie ice fishing has centered around the Hamburg area. With the warm spell last weekend, area tributaries opened up a bit, but cooler temperatures have restricted creek fishing for awhile. Look for the trout to make a break upstream when the mouths of the creeks open up. It won't be long now.

Trout continue to be caught off the Dunkirk pier with spoon casters and bait fishermen doing progressively better. Brown trout sizes have reportedly been bigger and anglers can expect the bigger rainbows to appear soon.


For more information on Chautauqua Lake Real Estate & Living visit: http://www.chautauqualakehomes.com/




No comments: