Lake Champlain Fishing Report near Keeseville, New York

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Lake Champlain Angler Charters

on February 5th

we often fish the north central part of Champlain from Port Douglas, near Keeseville, NY. This is an excellent area for trout and Atlantic salmon fishing. It also offers prime smallmouth bass fishing. Open water charters resume April 1st and run through November.

Location Details
Species Caught: Atlantic Salmon
Weight: 6lbs and 8oz., Length: 25in.
Air Temp: 35 °F Water Temp: 39 °F

A lot to Choose From

on June 22nd

There are many fish within this region. Depending on if you’re going out on a boat for the day, fishing from a bridge, or choosing a dock or grassy region on the lake, you can be sure to catch something. There are a lot of walleye, perch, salmon, brown trout, bass and even northern pike.

Location Details
Species Caught: Northern Pike
Gear Used
WildEye Live Goby,-1,-1

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