Tag Archives: Lake Ontario tribs

Brought by the Rain

Hopefully the three to four-inches of rain over the past weekend signifies the end of a long drought in rivertop country, but only time will tell if that’s the case or not. The streams and rivers had risen quickly into … Continue reading

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Return of the Kings

I was goin’ down, down, down to the flatlands, headed north, to check on a favorite tributary for king salmon and the browns that follow. No, my destination wasn’t Oak Orchard Creek or the Salmon River– not on Columbus Day … Continue reading

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Kings’ End

I went north to check on Lake Ontario tribs, expecting the worst. The flow at Oak Orchard Creek would be good, of course, but packed with anglers; the other tribs would be hardly wet for all our lack of rain. … Continue reading

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