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Salmon River Fishing Report for King Salmon and Coho Salmon from this Drift Boat Guide in Pulaski NY.

Steelhead, King Salmon, Coho Salmon and Brown Trout.

I hope you find my fishing report entertainingly informative or mildly educational.

The Salmon and Steelhead Fishing of your Dreams….   ….We’ll Mak’m Reeeeeeeeeeeeel.

Things are heating up on the Salmon River and King Salmon – Coho Salmon #’s are growing! – Sept. 9.

Over this past week. – Additional #’s of King Salmon and Coho Salmon have entered and ran the Salmon River, while spreading out Top to Bottom of the river. Offering all anglers opportunity.
It’s been a trickle, steady trickle, few small pods to spurts of better #’s during both low – light periods. – Excluding Labor Day weekend which produced Good #’s of Salmon which have now spread out, top to bottom of the Salmon River.

Approx. #’s of King Salmon that have entered the Salmon River during BOTH low-light periods since early August to Sept. 9.
Approx. 500 King Salmon entered the Salmon River over the entire Mo. of August.
Over the Labor Day weekend (Fri. thru Monday), we had good #’s (for this early) of King Salmon (w/ a few Coho) entering and running the Salmon River during BOTH low-light periods. Approx. 1,000. Providing anglers with several great days of Salmon fishing!
Since then we’ve gotten an additional approx. 250 King and Coho Salmon thru Sept. 9.
FYI – The above #’s are a conservative Est. for BOTH low-light periods.

For any Immediate and Important Updates on BIG RUN’s – Current Conditions and Important News, please visit here. – https://www.yankeeangler.com/salmon-river-fishing-report/ OR here – https://www.facebook.com/Guide-Salmon-River-Pulaski-NY-Drift-Boat-Steelhead-Fishing-Report-479488402134210/

Salmon anglers are presently finding the fishing either slow, ok to great! Depending on a # of variables. (right spot, right day, right time of day to name a few) and where you set your expectation level at for this early in the Salmon season.
If you set your expectation level on low. And would be happy with 0 to 3-4 fish in a day. Then I’d say come on up! Never know, if you hit it just right, you could do a LOT better!
Still not enough Salmon for me to suggest a special trip up here. BUT – If you live close by or you knew the River like the inside of your pocket, it WOULD be worth a quick trip.

Fishing the lower river presently is a 50-50 roll of the dice. Might be dead, slow, good to AMAZING! Fishing any of the MAJOR Pools is 100% guaranteed to have “some” Salmon. Sight fishing the rapids, you should see at least a few to possibly many more. (Especially with that NICE group of King and Coho Salmon that moved thru Town on Sept. 8 and 9th).
If you enjoy solitude while your fishing with the “possible opportunity” of hooking up to a Trophy Reeeeel Scream’n Slam’n Salmon. Then the next couple of weeks are tailored especially for you.
If you want to Salmon fish when we will have more fish and many more anglers in the river. Hold off until late Sept. or the first 2 weeks in Oct.

Presently on the Salmon River.
We have King Salmon and Coho Salmon running the river and holding temporarily, before continuing up the Salmon River. Salmon holding in their middle of the day (9:30am. to 6pm.) resting spots and some are in the Pools.

As I type this – Guaranteed! – King and Coho Salmon are moving shallower and shallower everyday in Lake Ontario. Moving closer and closer to the Salmon River.
Salmon are in the mouth of the estuary and staging closer and closer to the upper part of the estuary everyday.
Salmon are in the upper estuary very close to the mouth of the Salmon River and running the river everyday.

Best fish’s, Randy Jones – Salmon River Guide – https://www.yankeeangler.com/

Open Dates to Take you Fishing – Salmon – Sorry, I’m fully booked for Salmon Season and have no open dates.
Nov. – Dec. Steelhead Open Dates – Nov. 21, 25. Prime Time but crowded. – Dec. 2-3, 5-6, 9-10, 12-13, 20, 23-24, 26-27, 30-31. MORE STEELHEAD and less anglers and drift boats. (I’ll bring the drift boat heater!)

Ball Park fishing Report from  – https://www.facebook.com/TheComfortZoneBedAndBreakfast/
Sept. 5 – Morning – Ton of fish in the dark, maybe 20 in 4 hours, and then 20 more in the next hour. Evening report……..very few people and the fish started to move. Small pods of 2-3 and tons of singles kept the 4 of us occupied and busy till dark. 630 to 715 things got hot!!!!!!
Sept. 6 – Some fish in the dark, some fish at first light, flying by! 10 fish the last 4 hours!
Sept. 9 – 1 for 16 today!!!!! Plenty of fish in the dark, plenty of fish until 1:00!

Water Release Forecast. – Great News! We have received plenty of rain to continue to get a normal water flow released from the Dam of 335cfs.

Presently on the Salmon River and thru the rest of Salmon season.
Most King Salmon movement is happening during the early morning’s and evenings. Good time to fish the rapids or anywhere will they will stop to rest before continuing up the Salmon River.
Middle of the day most King Salmon movement up river has been slowing or stops and they will be holding in the deeper pools, runs and larger pockets. If the spot provides the Salmon with everything it needs to survive for an extended period of time, it will stay there until approx. Oct. 1.
If not, it will continue its journey up the Salmon River during the next low-light period. This sequence will normally continue every morning and evening. Stopping for good, once all there survival instincts have been met. These are the pools. The bulk of Salmon when then leave these pools from approx. Oct. 1 – 15th. Then moving to that special rock.
When we have rain and low-light all day. Many times they will run the entire day.
For MORE on where your fish are at in all Stages of the run presently. Please see my below Expert and Advanced Fishing Tutorial Videos. Which explains all this in much greater detail @ Where is the BEST place to Fish on the Salmon River for Salmon, Steelhead and Brown Trout? By viewing them, it might help you to catch more fish!

Did you know your Coho Salmon can run the river in a day. And King Salmon travel 1-3 miles per day?

A 30 lb. Salmon River Guide King Salmon from Pulaski NY.

Fishing King Salmon avg. 10-20 lbs. (Sept.-Oct.)

Our tackle busting King Salmon are known for Rod Breaking EXPLODING fishing excitement! King Salmon will amaze you with their freight train runs on the Salmon River. Its like your hooked to the back of a bus, that isn’t stopping! There is no Nookie like a Chinookie!

Salmon River guide 22 lb. Coho Salmon landed while fishing the Salmon River in Pulaski NY.

Fishing Coho Salmon avg. 8-12 lbs. (Sept.-Oct.)

Trying to harness the raw power of a zippy 12lb Coho Salmon screaming at high speeds. In 20 different directions will keep you on your fishing toes (and hopefully not on your fishing back!) There is no HO like a Coho!

What helps to bring more King and Coho Salmon into the River?

Cooler days and nights drop the Salmon River water temp. Higher water flows from the Dam or even run-off from rain. Extended low-light periods caused by storms and a strong West wind. As the days grow shorter, it helps!
Predictions for a good fresh run of King and Coho Salmon entering the Salmon River? – Preview the 10 day weather forecast. – Pick a day with stormy heavy rain causing low-light all day and a good chance for natural run-off to raise the water level in the river by 50cfs. Add in a strong West wind and Bingo! – https://weather.com/weather/tenday/l/6125a96dae9e54e821f3233c2974f8ddef899a51dda3df539766168316ec73ae
Additional ways to 99% predict when a GOOD or BIG RUN of King Salmon will happen. – https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fs1xU2xH6DQ&list=PLlWqnCjYul-QrKK15mfz7iTwkuOXGR83o&index=3

Your 99% Guaranteed Future King and Coho Salmon Fishing Report Forecast.

Every week from here on out, we normally will see increasing numbers of King and Coho Salmon (and a few steelhead and brown trout mixed in) entering and running the River.
Normally during Mid. Sept. you will start to see a probable average of 25 – 50 to 75 Salmon enter the Salmon River each day during both low-light periods.
Following week, normally, you’ll start to see a probable average of 50 – 75 to 100 Salmon each day.
Last week of Sept., normally on average 150 to 300 Salmon each day.
With a possible – hopeful MAJOR RUN of 1,000 to 3,000 King and Coho Salmon entering daily over a 1-3 day period from Late Sept. into early Oct.
(Disclaimer – Please note the # of times I said normally, probable, average, possible and hopeful and I left myself a way out with a 99% Guarantee – har har).

Today’s King and Coho Salmon Fishing Tips.
1) Try early AM. or Late PM for some Salmon running up the River. Stopping along the way in there Temporary Transitional Holding Locations to rest briefly, before moving to the next.
2) Mid. morning (approx. 9:30am.) you could try the Prime Transitional Holding Spots where the King and Coho Salmon will rest all mid-day.
3) And then maybe a few drifts into a Prime Holding Location – (Pool), were Salmon will be hanging out, for an extended period of time.
These areas are covered more thoroughly towards the bottom of this Blog in. – Where is the BEST place to Fish on the Salmon River for Salmon, Steelhead and Brown Trout.

Fishing Report HUMOR.

Todays King Salmon RED HOT TIP! (you owe me) 100% guaranteed to help you EASILY find a bunch of King Salmon! In the lower River, just walk along the bank and you will find a bunch of dead ones from the RED HOT August water temps. (very normal).

When fishing for King Salmon in August. By the time you land it, it will be fully cooked. Providing you with a nice shore lunch. – har har.

How can you easily tell if the King Salmon you landed came into the River in August? It will have a sunburn!

Be 1 of 1,400 cars parked on the River. – The morning car count conducted on 7 October 2017 yielded 1,398 vehicles at the access locations. Each year the effort increases during September with a peak in either the first or second week in October. My math – If there is an average of 2 people per car, that’s almost 3,000 anglers, 3 people per car and its 4,200 anglers. Many cars are not parked in the Salmon River access lots. So I’d easily say around 4,000 anglers, maybe more. Better get up here a week early to hold your parking spot and your favorite Rock! har har.

TODAY’S VIDEO – Will 100% help you to catch more fish on the Salmon River!

Whether its a:
1. Temporary Transitional Resting Spot – Which is where the fish stops at temporarily while in a Transitional mode (running the Salmon River).
2. Prime Transitional Resting Area – Which is where the fish stops to rest mid day.
3. Prime Holding Location – Which is where the fish holds for an extended period of time on the Salmon River. Days, a month and for Steelhead and Brown Trout all Fall, Winter and into the Spring.

They ALL have 1 main and critically important thing in common. They all are Current Breaks.

A Current Break is a structural – change of water speed in the Salmon River.
The #1 determining factor on how long a fish will sit on these Current Breaks, is solely determined by the qaulity of the Current Break
Because all fish in the Salmon River use these C. B.’s to conserve energy and rest, then so should you when your fishing here.

The fish normally use the deepest water in the Salmon River and the current to navigate it. Its like a road map and rarely changes. By studying fish movement up the Salmon River it well also provide you with a detailed road map for your optional fishing locations and fishing strategies.
So any Current Break that is on this path is normally used by the fish. Whenever we have fish that are in a transitional stage running the Salmon River, then these locations should always be fished by you.

Todays Video is on Temporary Transitional Resting Current Breaks that all species of fish use for a very short amount of time while running up or down the Salmon River.

These special C.B.s are used in the exact same way by the fish as you or I would when climbing a long steep Mountain or 500 flights of stairs. We would take short lil breaks along our route, which is exactly what our Salmon River fish do when running it.
A prime example of this would be any long stretch of Salmon River rapids. These are like climbing a long flight of stairs to the fish. Stopping behind the boulders in the pockets to rest until they decide to continue on to the next pocket. The fish can sit in these Salmon River pockets for a few seconds to a few minutes, depending on how much energy they had just used to get there.

Remember what I said earlier about the quality of the C.B. determines the length of time a fish will hold on it? These Temp. Trans. Resting Spots do not provide a good enough current break for them to hold on it for an extended period of time. So they just use them temporarily while steadily transitioning up the Salmon River.

Typically, these areas are fished during low light periods, mornings and evenings. When the fish feel safer and we have fish running up the Salmon River. Or, all day if we have a lot of low-light, rainy, stormy weather or the water level in the Salmon River has come up. Once your run has ended, then your next strategy would be to fish the Prime Transitional Resting and Holding area’s where the fish will rest mid-day or the Prime Holding Locations (Pools) where they will sit for an extended period of time.

These other areas are covered more thoroughly towards the bottom of this Blog in. – Where is the BEST place to Fish on the Salmon River for Salmon, Steelhead and Brown Trout.

Salmon River Fishing Guide Pulaski NY - Yankee Angler

Enjoy my Salmon River fishing report Humorous Guide Fish Tails from Pulaski NY.

Jim was very excited to go King Salmon fly fishing today on the Salmon River.

He had been out celebrating the night before in anticipation of a great day of Salmon fly fishing. As we walked to the hopeful Salmon River honey hole. He told me he had tied on a brand new fly line late last night. And was interested to see how it performed. It cost him $69.

Shortly there after Jim was tight to a fresh run “honka” of a 30 lb. silver Salmon River King Salmon. As the King Salmon ran, he pulled with all his might. The fly rod was almost doubled over. When all of a sudden his backing knot separated from his brand new $69 fly line. “King Salmon attached to fly line” were last seen headed down the Salmon River at a fast rate of speed. I asked Jim what knot he had used to tie his fly line on with. And basically got a blank stare in return. His blood shot eyes and late night partying told me everything I needed to know. At days end I gave Jim a knot tying demonstration.
Moral of the story? Wait until you’ve HAD a good day of salmon fishing, before going out to celebrate it.


The Life of a Salmon River Drift Boat Steelhead Fishing Guide.

Tim and Gert had a number of Steelhead fishing goals for the day. Besides the usual Salmon River fishing, drift boat and trying to hook into a few steelhead. They also wanted to spend a little time driving around and look at some of the local streams and creeks that hold steelhead. We visited about 7 different bodies of water which probably gave both of them a lifetime of additional area’s to steelhead fish.
The last 1/2 of the day sort of went like this on the Salmon River Drift Boat.
Do you see those tree’s and bushes on the bank?
Yes, Randy.
Those tree’s and bush’s are not going to move all morning. They wont jump out at you, I promise. So please don’t throw into them.
Ok, Randy.
Now, land it just short of those tree’s and bush’s.
Ok Randy.
Hey Gert, what are you doing stuck in all those tree’s I told you about? Hey Tim, what are doing stuck in all those bush’s I told you about?
Why me lord.

I need a day off BAD!
We had a lot of laughs today. I got a big kick out of the fact that in a half a day of steelhead fishing off the Salmon River Guide drift boat we tied into 9 steelhead. The other big kicker was out of the 4 Salmon River spots we fished, we hit steelhead in every hole. We went 100% on all spots! Ye-Haaaa!

Be careful out there or YOU could be my next “Fish Tail”.

I hope you all enjoyed my Humorous Fish Tails, which were written in Good Humor Fishing Fun!

Salmon River NY Steelhead and Salmon Fishing Countdown Article.

In four days I will head north to the Salmon River in New York to try and catch salmon, steelhead, big brown trout or any combination of those three. I’ve already started packing: 8-weight rod and reel, waders, studded boots, lucky hat, beer, cigars, advil, camera. A year ago I went for the first time to the Salmon River and had some success, thanks to my friend Steve who brought me there and showed me how to catch – and land – fish that were larger than any fish I had ever seen, let alone hooked.

I caught only salmon last year. The serious anglers up there all want steelhead, and many of them don’t like hooking into salmon because it takes a long time to land one and that’s time that could be spent fishing for steelhead. Me? I think it will be quite a long time before I get tired of hooking a 25- or 30-pound Chinook Salmon and watching – and, more importantly, hearing – ninety feet of fly line leave my reel in a matter of seconds. That’s fun. Something that surprised me about my previous Salmon River trip there was how much fun it was to just watch other anglers catch and land fish. Something about seeing an 8-weight fly rod bent over in an upside down ‘U,’ accompanied by the sound of a screaming reel, whether it belongs to you or the guy next to you.

When will the BIG RUN of King and Coho Salmon happen this year on the Salmon River?

When fishing for King and Coho Salmon on the Salmon River. There isn’t a Guarantee for when the BIG RUN of Salmon well happen. When looking at the past 40 years, it only “suggest’s” what Monthly time period is normally, but not always, the most consistent year after year for the BIG RUN or Bulk of King and Coho Salmon to enter the River.

Early to mid. Sept. Salmon fishing “usually” means less anglers and normally less fish. But, we’ve had early BIG RUN’s (2,000 – 3,000 Salmon in a day) mid. Sept. with the balance of Salmon entering thru the rest of Sept. into Oct.

Normally, Prime Time is the last week of Sept. and first week of Oct. for the BIG RUN to happen. But, we’ve had late BIG RUN’s of Salmon and mid. Oct. was great on the River!

Normally, the 2nd and 3rd week of Oct. your targeting all the King and Coho Salmon that have already entered and settled into their primary Fall Habitats. Top to Bottom of the River, spread out.

So its tuff to forecast, but late Sept. and early Oct. is over all normally the best – most consistent 2 weeks for the BIG RUN of King and Coho Salmon to happen on the River. Don’t be surprised if there are a couple other anglers fishing during these 2 weeks. – har har.


Guide fishing for Steelhead, King Salmon, Coho Salmon and Brown Trout.

Fishing Steelhead (avg. 8 to 12 lbs.) – (Nov. thru April.)

Our Steelhead are without a doubt. One of the hardest fighting and most acrobatic fish that swims in the Salmon River in Pulaski NY. Torpedo – Silver Bullet runs and changing direction in a blink of an eye. While taking your line 100 to 200 feet out in seconds. This well surely jump start your fishing heart! Tarpon jumps, like a rocket ship 3-4 feet in the air. Somersaulting like a jugglers baton back to earths atmosphere before splash down. Sounding like a cinder block with water spraying 20 feet in all directions. Steelhead Tail Walks across the pool for 40 to 60 feet, will live in your Salmon River memory forever!

Some Trophy Steelhead are awaiting your arrival!

Steelhead fishing - bright fresh steelhead in Pulaski NY.
Steelhead salmon fishing with a Trophy 17.5 pound steelhead from Pulaski NY.
Dime bright fresh Fall steelhead landed while Steelhead Salmon fishing in Pulaski NY.

What’s the Forecast for this Steelhead Season? I’m glad you asked!

Good #’s in Lake Ontario this Summer!
They easily met their egg quota last Spring at the Salmon River Altmar fish hatchery with an over abundance of returning Steelhead.
Last Steelhead Season (Nov. thru April) the fishing was over-all pretty good, by most standards.
We didn’t see a bunch of dying steelhead daily, like we all did a few years ago. We saw very normal #’s of 0, 1 or 2 per day on the River.
The DEC has been working hard for the last few years to try to correct the Vitamin B deficiency that the steelhead get from eating all those alewives in Lake Ontario.
Seems to be working!
In Closing: My Crystal Ball says it will be a Good Steelhead Season. Aren’t you glad you asked?

When is the BEST time to fish for Salmon River Steelhead?

Mid-week is always best, but not on or around a holiday.
There really isn’t any BEST for Steelhead, as we always have them in the Salmon River from Oct. thru May. Its all angler personal preference.

I start guiding for them at the end of Oct. Which means Less Salmon River Anglers targeting Steelhead = more opportunity for you.

In Nov. we start to see more Steelhead and more Salmon River anglers. It’s the busiest angler Month. Temps. aren’t to cold yet and its also when the steelhead fight the hardest. With speeding bullet runs, tail walks and somersaults.

In Dec. we start to see even more Steelhead and less Salmon River anglers. Most folks are doing business and family holiday stuff. And its a lil colder = Less anglers = more opportunity for you.

The middle of the Winter can be magical with only the most die hard Salmon River Steelhead anglers out. During these colder Mo’s. = Less anglers = more opportunity for you.

Spring Steelhead. (Feb., Mar. and April.) With higher Spring “Run-off” water levels, this brings in the balance of our Steelhead. Adding even MORE steelhead into the river. It starts to warm and we see a few more anglers out, but not as many as November. The Steelhead’s appetites are on fire as they slowly drop back down the River to lake Ontario. Sight fishing is an optional treat.

Salmon River King and Coho Salmon, Brown Trout and Steelhead Fishing Seasons.

Sept. – Oct.
King and Coho Salmon. Every Fall the River sees epic runs of King Salmon and Coho Salmon from September through October when anglers can try their hand at some of the Largest freshwater game fish in the world. Our King Salmon range up to 30 pounds, with many Salmon pushing past 20 pounds. Our Coho Salmon average 8 to 12 pounds, with many larger.

Nov. Best – but also Year Round.
Brown Trout. They have entered the River to spawn in Nov. and will weight from 3-5 lbs. with some reaching 10 pounds!

October 20 – May 1.
Steelhead 8-15 lbs. The Fall Steelhead is without a doubt, one of the hardest fighting Fish that swims in the River. They’ll take most of your line out in seconds, then jump start your heart with tail walking antics that will live in your memory forever.

Winter Steelhead Fishing on the Salmon River.

This is one of my favorite fishing times of the year. With colder temperatures the crowds disappear. Steelhead continue to come into the River from the lake. A Winter Drift Boat trip aboard our heated Drift Boat is a great way to learn the Salmon River and experience it’s beauty.

The end of February, March and April are great Steelhead Fishing days as new Fish move into and out of the River on a daily basis. As the river temperatures rise, so does the aggressiveness of the Steelhead. Often, sight fishing is possible as they move into the shallows.
We can Spin or Fly Fish for Steelhead either by wading or using the Drift Boat.

I invite you to join me and enjoy what is an unquestionably one of the finest fresh water fisheries in the eastern United States.

Where is the BEST place to Fish on the Salmon River for Salmon, Steelhead and Brown Trout? Enjoy my Expert YouTube Fishing Tutorial Video’s for your Guaranteed BEST fishing opportunities.

3 Basic fishing ways to locate and target Your Salmon River Salmon and Steelhead.

1. When the Salmon and steelhead are running the River. Fish there “Temporary Transitional Resting Spots” as they make there way up the River. Otherwise, you are fishing to Salmon or Steelhead that are not stopping, decreasing your odds greatly. Tutorial Video on Temporary Transitional Resting Spots.

2. Once the Steelhead or Salmon stop running the River to hold during the middle of the day. – (From approx. 9:30am. to 5:30pm.) Fish these “Prime Transitional Holding Spots”.
Tutorial Video on Prime Transitional Holding Spots.

3. Once the Salmon or steelhead have stopped running the River. And have found a spot that satisfies all their survival instincts. Fish these “Prime Holding Spots” – (Pools). Normally, the most fish and they aren’t going anywhere soon. Tutorial Video on Prime Holding Spots – Pools.

4 Advanced fishing ways to locate and target Your Salmon River Salmon and Steelhead.

Tutorial Video on EXPERT Fish Locating Habitat. – (These are areas I look for on the Salmon River when guiding folks like yourself.)

4. Find a spot that is a combination of all 1 thru 3. (Or, a spot that has all 3 in close proximity. So you can jump around according to what the Salmon or Steelhead are telling you to do.)

5. Combine 1 thru 4 and find a spot above a looong stretch of rapids. The fish get tired after running these River rapids and will hold here for an extended period of time.

6. Include 1 thru 5 and make sure that your spot has 98% of the Salmon or Steelhead in a transitional stage. Move into it. (Funnel or Pinch point in the river.)

7. My #1 Spot! Combine 1 thru 6 and pick a spot that compresses and or concentrates them. On a dime, like a sardine can, trash can lid or the size of a Volkswagen beetle or bus. This cuts down on all the guess work. And it allows to to present your offering to all the Steelhead and Salmon on every drift.

8. The VERY BEST place to Salmon or Steelhead fish? Is anywhere I’m not! yukyuk

By utilizing the above. You will have the most Steelhead or Salmon in front of you for the greatest period of time. In a concentrated area offering you the greatest opportunity to present your offering to ALL of them. Fish ON and ON and ON! Now you know what “This Salmon River Fishing Guide” look’s for normally.

Clint’s Pulaski NY King Salmon Fishing Testimonial.

Randy, even though there were relatively few King Salmon caught up and down the River by others. Due to low water and Salmon volumes, it was amazing how effective our group was. I did not see anyone even come close to the amount of King Salmon we handled and, in many cases, landed on the River. Thanks for your patience and consistent sharing of techniques. Bottom line; best guide, best location, best dates, best gear,—big fish! See you next year if not before in Pulaski NY. Thanks! Clint Woods
Clint lands a beauty King Salmon of approx. 30 lb’s. Congrats!

Clint lands a BIG 30 lb. King Salmon in Pulaski NY.
Thumbs up from this Salmon River NY Fishing Report Guide with a Very Happy Steelhead Guest, Banner.

Thumbs up from this Fishing Guide with a Very Happy Salmon River Steelhead Guest.

The Steelhead and Salmon fishing of your dreams…… ………… we’ll mak’m reeeeeeeeeeeeeel
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The Salmon River, where Memories are Made!

Join me for a guided drift boat fishing trip on the World Renowned Salmon River in Pulaski NY for hard fighting Salmon or Steelhead during the splendor of our Fall, Winter and Spring seasons. Enjoy learning Advanced fishing techniques and Exact fish habitats. I always enjoy sharing my wealth of knowledge with all my guest’s.

Randy Jones is a full-time professional Spin and Fly fishing guide with over 35 years of experience.
E-mail: [email protected] – Phone #315-963-2065 – Booking Form on here.
Rates:
$275 for 1 angler – Spin or Fly Fishing, Salmon or Steelhead, I supply everything but the chest waders.
$350 for 2 anglers –  Fly or Spin Fishing,  Salmon or Steelhead, I supply everything but the chest waders.
All Spin fishing equipment – All Orvis fly fishing equipment – All tackle provided. Please bring your own Lunch, Polarized Glass’s and Chest Waders.

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Randy Jones is the Owner, Author and Publisher of YankeeAngler.com. A Salmon River Pulaski NY based Guide Service and Marketing Agency. Specializing in Expert Salmon and Steelhead fishing – Professional sales and marketing of his vastly successful fishing guide business and local fishery – SEO and Social Media.

 

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(P.S. I don’t discriminate. I also enjoy guiding you spin anglers too! – yukyuk)
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