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Zero Limit AdventuresMonday, September 25th, 2017 at 6:17am
It’s a hot one! 85 degrees with little clouds in the sky. Buggers are continuing to be the golden ticket for these bigger kings!
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Zero Limit AdventuresSunday, September 24th, 2017 at 7:55am
Enjoying another beautiful day on the Salmon River! The warm weather and bright skies don’t seem to be bothering the fish. Plenty of fish on the move all day.
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Zero Limit AdventuresSunday, September 24th, 2017 at 1:12am
Nothing beats watching this dog do his job for our guests at the Tug Hill Sportsman's Club, well done Johnnie.

So if you are looking to add a hunt to your visit to the Salmon River this fall, please look us up and we would be happy to get out for a bird hunt and maybe some Sporting Clays. NO LICENSE OR MEMBERSHIP REQUIRED

https://zerolimitadventures.com/upland-bird-hunting/

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Zero Limit AdventuresSaturday, September 23rd, 2017 at 12:19pm
The famous Raider Bugger strikes again! One of Zero Limit Adventures favorite flies getting it done while doing some evening scouting!

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Zero Limit AdventuresThursday, September 21st, 2017 at 10:01am
Fred's first trip to the Salmon River proved to be successful. Well done, that was a ton of fun!

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Zero Limit Adventures added 3 new photos.Tuesday, September 19th, 2017 at 10:10am
9/18/17 SALMON RIVER FISHING UPDATE

What a start to the fall salmon season on the Salmon River and other Lake Ontario Tributaries. Since Labor Day weekend the fishing has been steady and great! Anglers have had opportunities to experience the true power of King Salmon, get blinded by a Coho’s silver bullet, and experience a few trophy brown trout and steelhead. There are plenty of unicorns (Atlantics) in the river as well! The cool temps and rain we received early in the month have provoked thousands of fish to come in the river and there are still plenty more to come. Fishing on the lake is still hot with fish being caught from the mouth of the river out to 150 feet of water. We are truly in for a great long fall season that we have been well deserving.

Coho! Coho! Coho! The Coho fishing the past week has been unbelievable! From the top to the bottom of the river, anglers are having success. There were also no shortage of salmon anglers on the Salmon River this weekend as well.

Although the bite slowed a bit as the week progressed an appreciable number of fish were caught on the river.
Friday and Saturday were slow on the Douglaston Salmon Run but other parts of the river the fishing was steady. There were rumors of a big push of fish into the estuary on Saturday night and it was certainly true. Fishing was hot and steady throughout the morning into the afternoon on Sunday. The fresh push of fish were predominately King Salmon and they were big and strong. 100 yards up stream then 100 yards downstream.

With fish being in the river for a few weeks now, there was plenty of action come Friday when the lower fly opened. 8lb tippet, streamers and small pink egg imitations were the golden ticket up there. The first and last two hours of daylight were the hottest parts of the day. Fish concentrated in the deep pools when the sun came up with little movement as expected. The hatchery ladders are full and make for an exciting break during midday when the fishing is slow.

The Western, NY Tributaries are also receiving fish in the upper parts of their rivers. From Kings being caught at Oak Orchard and a few Steelhead being brought to hand on the Genesee River. The high water has allowed fish to move in freely and expect them to keep coming. Erie tributaries are also getting their fair share of early run Steelhead.
Today the water flow is 500 CFS but expect that to drop very soon. The weather for the next 7 days ranges from 77 to 83 degrees with no rain in the forecast until next Wednesday.

Pro Tip: The salmon crowds have arrived and with that these fish can get turned off to seeing the same presentation time and time again. If you aren’t hooking into fish on a semi-consistent basis, look at your rig and your fly. Try going to a lighter tippet and try flies that are out of the ordinary. By now, these salmon have seen estaz eggs and egg sacs a million times, try changing the pattern and the size of the fly to entice a bite!

If you want to add some upland bird hunting to your Salmon River adventure, come to the Tug Hill Sportsman's Club and enjoy a hunt you won't ever forget! Visit https://zerolimitadventures.com/upland-bird-hunting/ for more information.

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