LAKE ERIE TROPHY BASS GUIDES SERVICE
Lake Erie's eastern basin out of Buffalo, NY has some of the finest bass and walleye fishing the Great Lakes have to offer. This is where Lake Erie flows into the well known Niagara River which flows north, connecting Lake Erie and Lake Ontario. These waters provide trophy size bass, year after year.
Riverside Sportfishing also provides:
2012 Salmon Fishing with
Niagara River, Niagara Bar &
Lake Erie & Ontario Fishing Charters
Niagara River Fishing Charters & Guides:
Enjoy charter fishing for King Salmon, Steelhead, Brown Trout and Lake Trout on the Lower Niagara River. Riverside Sportfishing drifts along the seven-mile stretch of the Lower Niagara River from the well-known Devil's Hole area, down stream to Lake Ontario, which is known as the Niagara Bar. Niagara River fishing is best from the middle of September through mid April.
Lake Ontario Salmon Fishing Charters & Guides:
Targeting Spring Kings, with a mix of Coho Salmon, King Salmon, Steelhead, Lake Trout and Brown Trout on Lake Ontario from late April through September, let Riverside Sportfishing take you trolling on beautiful Lake Ontario for a great day of fishing.
Widely known as one of the top Salmon and Steelhead Trout fishing spots in the world, our fishing guide service offers year-round charters for a variety of game fish in the Niagara River and Lake Ontario at the Niagara Bar.
Captain Bruce Blakelock is a full-time Lake Erie and Lake Ontario fishing guide/charter captain, living in Lewiston, NY, on the Lower Niagara River. Captain Blakelock has appeared in magazines such as "Lake Ontario Outdoors," "Great Lakes Angler," "New York Sportsman" and "In Fisherman." He has also appeared on ESPN fishing with Matt Straw from "In Fisherman."
We invite you to browse our web site. Questions are always welcome and fishing always discussed!
Newsletter Update for Lake Erie Bass Charters:
Here we are closing in on the end of January, which is normally the dead of winter. Due to the unseasonable weather we have been having (the rise and lowering of temperatures) we have experienced high winds which has caused water clarity problems at times since November. When we were able to get out fishing the past few months, it has been very good. The steelhead fishing has been excellent and many browns still in the river and on the Niagara bar.
Looking forward to late March, when water temperatures begin to rise and we can add salmon (coho) and spring kings to the mix out on the bar.
Good fishing to you.
Fishing Resources & Useful Links
For Lake Erie Bass and Niagara River Guides
Niagara County, NY Fishing Hotline: (877) FALLS US