Lake of the Isles Fishing Hot Spots near Alexandria Bay, New York

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Fishing Hot Spots near Lake of the Isles

  "Tons of fish in the waters here depending on season. Not including your pan fish, this is also a great spot for bass most of the year. The salmon fishing can get a..." Black River

  "Just used a plastic white jig right at the bridge on hwy 2. caught 5-6 rock bass in about 10 minutes and got rained out. im far from home, this helped out alot! great..." Lyn Creek

  "only small bouth ive seen out of here i cought it on a black and yellow spoon..." Upper Beverley Lake

  "i like to go to the middle of the lake around 7 12 feet and use a watermelon red and black flack wacky worm and just let it hit the bottom and jig it three times and let..." Lower Beverley Lake

  "Wolfe Lake used to offer excellent walleye. Years of overfishing took its toll though and now you would be wasting your time chasing walleyes in Wolfe Lake. Even though..." Wolfe Lake

  "0.5-1 kg smallmouth bass are king in Upper Rideau Lake with pike running second and walleye a distant third. Look for smallmouth bass in Mulvilles Bay, McNallys Bay, and..." Upper Rideau Lake

  "A shallow weedy lake, Lake Eloida offers lots of small pike and a few largemouth bass. Fish the weedbeds in the morning and at dusk with spoons, topwaters, spinnerbaits,..." Lake Eloida

  "Thirteen Island Lake offers a typical fishery of nice bass, a few decent pike, and a small population of hard to catch walleyes...." Thirteen Island Lake

  "A scenic lake, Thirty Island Lake offers fair bass up to 1.5 kg, a few decent pike, and slow walleyes. Trolling is the best method to locate fish but once you find an..." Thirty Island Lake

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About Fishing Hot Spots for Lake of the Isles near Alexandria Bay

So you're interested in fishing Lake of the Isles. As fishermen, we know there are times when our favorite spots are just not active so we built our Hot Spots feature to show you where the fish are biting in the area of Lake of the Isles. Now you'll know where catches are being recorded in the general area, and you can plan your day on the water. Check out our Fishing Times tab to determine when the fish will be most active. To find Lake of the Isles enter the 44.325047 latitude, and -75.991341 longitude coordinates into your GPS device or smart phone. If you need fishing tackle, or are looking for a fishing guide or fishing charter please visit Tackle, Guides, Charters