Spring fishing on Lake Ontario!

Hello fellow fisherman,
I’m happy to share with you all that this morning, when I stepped out onto my deck, I was gifted with the first indication of spring. Abundant black stone flies are hatching, which is a promising sign that the fishing season is finally upon us! This means the winter thaw has given way to what I expect to be an early and exciting fishing season. Lake Ontario’s ice flows have receded and Victory Outdoor Sports has opened its doors and will remain operating throughout the year.
In addition to fishing the stealthy and reliable water sources surrounding Lake Ontario, this year Victory Outdoor Sports will also introduce clients to several of the Finger Lakes tributaries, particularly at Naples Creek, home to a wild run of Rainbow Trout. With over 20 miles of fishable waters, thousands of Rainbows will migrate through Naples Creek with an average weight of 4 pounds.
As with the beginning of every season, all equipment has been serviced, cleaned and ready for your catch. All terminal tackle has been restocked and my specialty baits have been tied. Our newly renovated and expanded cabin is ready for accommodations up to 6 adults.
Unlike the fall, spring fishing is difficult to schedule in advance. I have informed some of you that I would be in touch when I knew conditions were ready. Well, folks, the time is now. The greatest Steelhead and Brown Trout fishing of the year is upon us!
This year’s reservations will be served on a first-come first-served basis; therefore it’s necessary for you to contact me to schedule your dates in advance. Trout bookings will be scheduled from today until mid-April, but remember the early bird gets the worm.
I would like to thank all of you who have fished with Victory Outdoor Sports in the past few seasons and I welcome anyone who has interest in booking with us for the first time.
Please feel free to contact me at: schultzfish1@aol.com or call 845.399.5453
FISH ON!
Kurt