Lake Ontario fishing has many wonders.With over 700 miles of shore, along with numerous bays, islands, river mouths, shallow lagoons, and major sand bars, Lake Ontario fishing can be a tricky. The weather patterns on Lake Ontario can change in an instant. What does this mean for anglers on the lake? These constants and variables mean that you’ll need a  Lake Ontario guide or fishing charter. Especially one who knows how to deal with these elements. You want a “fishing friend” who knows the lake’s geography. He must  know the most likely places for trout and king salmon to be found. On your own, you can waste a lot of valuable time and effort searching over 7,500 square miles of water!  This is a great reason to consider hiring one of the more experienced Lake Ontario fishing charters such as Ace Charters out of Oswego,NY!

Lake Ontario Surface Map

Now that you have seen that it is a wise move to hire a charter boat to go Lake Ontario fishing, we need to remind you again, that all Lake Ontario fishing charters are not the same. Always look for a boat that is meticulously maintained and properly rigged. This will allow you the assurance that you and your family are fishing on these big waters in a boat that is going to be safe and dependable. A vessel that is set up to effectively to catch fish.

Trophy Brown Trout Fishing

Fishing charters for brown trout on Lake Ontario are an absolute blast for families with children. It’s a fishing trip that is both action packed and easily do-able by young and old alike. Especially during the month of June, Lake Ontario brown trout fishing trips are often fished closer to shore and in shallower water with ultra-light tackle. The brown trout also tend to be larger in size, full of vigor, and most times will bite throughout the day. Check out our Lake Ontario brown trout fishing charter page or articles that we have posted on our blog relating to brown trout fishing on Lake Ontario. There are also several photos of some of our past clients successes there as well. When you think about fishing in June, think about Brown trout fishing on Lake Ontario with Ace Charters!

Lake Ontario fishing for king salmon

King Salmon Charters

Lake Ontario, king salmon are unequivocally the number one sought  after prize catch that Lake Ontario has to offer. Known for blistering runs and an unwillingness to come to the boat, anglers all over the world come to Lake Ontario to fish for them. On our end of the lake, kings can be caught anytime from April to mid September in any given year. Our article on “Best Time to Fish Lake Ontario for Trout and Salmon” will help a great deal to shed some light on this. Don’t forget that as the season gets closer to spawning time, adult Coho salmon show up here in Oswego,NY.

Lake Ontario Lake trout caught with cowbells

Lake Trout Charters

Perhaps one of the most underrated species that inhabits the Great Lakes is the Lake Trout or Togue. Lake Ontario is in no short supply of these species. On many occasions , Lake Trout have saved the day for several of our charter clients when other species refused to co-operate. Bouncing bottom in 120-160 ft. of water with cowbells and peanuts or spin and glows is just the ticket for steady action. Lake trout in excess of 20 lbs.are taken quite regularly.

Lake Ontario steelhead held by client

Steelhead Fishing

One of the most nomadic fish in Lake Ontario are sea run rainbow trout or steelhead. Steelhead are an acrobatic species that provide fishing fun especially, on light tackle. June and July are perhaps our better months to target the “Iron Heads” while trolling for brown trout or salmon. Nomadic in nature, its usually best to fish for them as an incidental catch until a school is located. Once you find them, the trolling spread can be switched over to take advantage of their presence. You can read more about our Steelhead fishing charters here.

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