Lake George New York 6-5-99

From: Capt.Mike
Date: 07 Jun 1999
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Report 6-5-99

Lake George surface water temperatures still 56-64 degrees. It’s amazing how you have those days when the action is hot. This week anglers find the salmon on the bite. The village of Lake George in front of west brook and along the west shore to Paulist Fathers gave up some nice fish 22-24 inches. The flats to pilot knob is also active. We were picking up lake trout on the bottom 75-90 feet and also picking up some suspended lake trout down at 40 feet. Try trolling for salmon at 2 –3 mph. It seems they liked it on the faster side. Mosselook wobbler orange with black spots, Jr thunderstick rainbow trout, jointed rapala black with white belly, wordens flatfish blue, dodger and live shiner caught our fish.

Bass are still spawning and soon the season will be upon us. Bass season opens June 19.

Lake George is one of the north countries finest grand slam fishing hot spots in the northeast. With breathtaking views and pristine waters, you will experience some of the most exciting sport fishing you will encounter anywhere. Beautiful Lake George is 35 miles long and runs through the northeast section of the Adirondack Park. With over 300 islands the lake runs to depths of 190 feet.

We are now booking trips for the 1999 season so if you like visit our web site or email us for information…Captain Mike

Fishing on Lake George in New York Captain Michael Mollica Mike’s Charter Fishing http://members.aol.com/mcmcharter/index.html mcmcharter@aol.com 518-623-3391 Toll Free 1-877-2FISHIN Toll Free 1-877-234-7446 Lake Trout, Salmon, Northern Pike and Smallmouth Bass. Fully equipped all bait and tackle supplied.