Bay of Quinte Fishing Reports

 
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Lots of Fish Being Marked but Not Many Bait Takers! Minnows In For This Weekend. October 14 to 20, 2014

There were a few groups fishing from here this past week and weekend.  Windy conditions made it difficult for anglers to put many hours in on the water. Anglers were marking a good number of fish at the bottom of Shoals and around the perimeters of deep holes but none seemed interested in the bait, regardless of what or how it was presented. We are hopeful of better results for this coming weekend as the storm front has now passed through and the bigger migratory walleye keep coming in from the lake.

Nick Werner Reports:

" Mother Nature is doing what she does best … Keeping anglers guessing and testing our patience!

Temperatures in the Bay of Quinte are to the 59-62F range.  More fish are moving into the Bay every day. Fishing was slower this week (thanks Mother Nature) and anglers should concentrate on deeper holes with shallower water nearby.  Telegraph Narrows and Deseronto Bridge have great holes. Additionally the Sherman's Point area has a troll bite that is still working. With the more stable weather moving in this week we should see a return to some stellar fall fishing! Be safe on the water!”

Anglers should also be aware that water levels have dropped 24” to 30” from their summer highs.  We are still able to launch 14 to 17 foot boats here at our ramp but motors needs to be trimmed up while entering and exiting the channel. The Campground will remain open for camping until freeze-up.

We also have a new Stock of 800 series Reef Runners in for the Fall Walleye have and we will have minnows in for this weekend!

Remember to contact us soon to book your Fall Walleye Charter … Dates continue to book up.  Don’t miss out on this great fishing adventure!

Good Luck and Tight Lines!