Yankee Angler Fishing Report for Steelhead and Salmon

Yankee Angler Fishing Report for the Salmon River in Pulaski NY.
By Randy Jones – Author of Yankee Angler fishing report w/over 35 yrs. Total Pro. fishing Guide EXP.

Enjoy my Yankee Angler fishing Reports for Current Salmon River Fishing Conditions, Fishing Articles, Videos and Tips from Pulaski NY. I hope you find my Yankee Angler Fishing Reports for float fishing, spin fishing or fly fishing entertainingly informative. Covering Steelhead, Salmon and Brown Trout.
When you’re ready to come fishing, give me a call!

The Steelhead and Salmon Fishing of your Dreams….   ….We’ll mak’m reeeeeeeeeeel.
Best Fish’s, Yankee Angler fishing report guide Randy Jones.

Yankee Angler Salmon River Fishing Report 2021.

The Salmon fishing last week was slow for most, but not all. No Big runs or Large #’s of Salmon. 9/17 Friday was the Best day last week with Good numbers of Salmon entering the Salmon River. On Sat. we had an ok # of Salmon enter the river, to provide all anglers in the bottom 4-5 miles of river action.
Fresh Salmon continue to enter the Salmon River Estuary daily from Lake Ontario. The river is not loaded, but they are around. We still have a TON of Salmon yet to come.

Most anglers found 0 to 3 to play with, with some doing better. Combination of Kings and Cohos spreading out from the lower Salmon River to the Upper Salmon River NY.
The River continues to improve daily with pods of fish entering the system. Right place – right time continues to be the recipe for success. Some guys doing very well and some struggling to find fish.

Pick of The Week – Forecast Prediction.
Monday Tuesday winds turning the lake over, might be good as the Salmon move closer to shore.
Then Tuesday night thru Friday morning. – Current weather pattern Optimal to encourage “More than Normal #’s” of Salmon to enter and run the Salmon River.

Todays Humor:
Did you know? If you lie about the size of your fish, I’ll swear to it!
BREAKING NEWS! – The State plans to stock more Salmon this year to help feed the Orcas in Lake Ontario.
A/P Wire – WORLD RECORD Striped Bass caught in the Salmon River in early Sept! NY State Fish Biologists have determined by Scale samples that this fish started in the Pacific Ocean. Crossed the Panama Canal, swam up the Atlantic East coast shoreline. Entered the Hudson River, crossed the Erie Canal using a Easy Pass. Entered Lake Ontario and then swam up the Salmon River.

Last weeks Sore Butt fishing report. – Yer butt gets sore from sitting on yer favorite rock all day while watching and waiting for 0 to 1 Salmon to rooster tail up the rapids to yer Sore Butt fishing spot. – yuk-yuk.

Your 99% Guaranteed Future King and Coho Salmon Fishing Report Forecast.
From early Sept. to present, we have had 1 major run of Cohos. Several days of good runs of Salmon. With the balance being numerous normal numbers of 25 – 50 to 75 Salmon entering the Salmon River daily during both low-light periods.

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 this week. you will start to see a probable average of 50 – 75 to 100 Salmon enter the Salmon River each day during both low-light periods.
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.
Late Sept. to early Oct. is the Best Time for Big Runs while fishing for Salmon in Pulaski NY. The Fall Salmon Run in large fishing numbers now and is considered the Best Time for Salmon fishing in Pulaski NY.

(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).
King – Coho Salmon 100% Guaranteed Calendar of Events from here on out.
Every single Major Salmon River Pool will be holding Salmon.
Most King Coho 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.
When we have rain and low-light all day. Many times they will run the entire day.
The bulk of Salmon when then leave these pools from approx. Oct. 1 – 15th. Then moving to that special rock. Once the Salmon have spawned they will all die.
That’s why we value the Steelhead and the Brown Trout, because normally we can get 2 to 3 spawns out of them, before they die.

What helps to cause a BIG RUN of Salmon?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fs1xU2xH6DQ

With a Few Fall Steelhead and Brown Trout around in Pulaski NY. Its a good time to try for a fishing Grand Slam on the Salmon River!
(Grand Slam = All by yourself in a single day. You land a Salmon River Fall Brown Trout, Steelhead, Coho Salmon and King Salmon). Not easy to do, but FUN fishing to try!

Randy, what does darker Salmon mean on the Lake? There bodies are going thru changes to prepare for the Fall Run and Spawn.

Randy, what does staging in the Lake mean? It’s normal occurrence that proceeds them entering and running the river. They start to stage in deeper water out in front of the Salmon River. Every week after, they will stage closer and closer to the Salmon River moving shallower. Then they will move into the Salmon River Estuary and Run the River. Aren’t you Glad you Asked? har-har.

For MORE King and Coho Salmon Reports – https://www.facebook.com/Guide-Salmon-River-Pulaski-NY-Drift-Boat-Steelhead-Fishing-Report-479488402134210 – Check out my Sept. 13, 11 and Sept. 3 post’s.
Enjoy my Salmon and Steelhead page. – https://www.yankeeangler.com/salmon-river-steelhead-salmon-fishing/

It was FUN sharing my Salmon River fishing report with all of you. And I sincerely hope it helps you to catch more fish!
Best Salmon fish’s, Salmon River Guide Randy Jones @ https://www.yankeeangler.com/

Randy Jones the Yankee Angler has 32 yrs. EXP. on the Salmon River as a Pro. drift boat fishing guide. Plus, 10 yrs. in VT. and Cape Cod as a guide.
Yankee Angler Guide Drift Boat Rates for 1 person $300. Rates for 2 people $400 total.
Included in Guide Rates – All Salmon River Steelhead Spin fishing, Float fishing and Fly fishing equipment, gear and tackle.
I have NO Salmon dates available in Sept. and Oct. I do have Steelhead open dates Nov. thru April.
BOOK Your Steelhead Fishing Trip – With Additional Steelhead Booking Info.
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 1-315-963-2065
Randy Jones, 87 Clark Rd., Mexico, NY 13114.

Yankee Angler Salmon River Fishing Report 2021.

The King Salmon fishing run in Pulaski NY has improved with better number’s of Salmon entering the Salmon River daily as of this Yankee Angler fishing report on Sept. 11 2021.
Wed. we had our BIGGEST Salmon RUN all season! With a TON of Coho Salmon and pods of King Salmon. The heavy pouring down rain did the trick!
We now have Salmon top to bottom of the River.

Coho Salmon can run the river in a day. King Salmon will travel 1 to 3 miles per day. They will all spread out in all the major holes until approx. Oct. 1.
When they will start to hit the gravel to spawn.

We are now receiving our normal Mid. Sept. numbers of 25 – 50 to 75 Salmon entering the Salmon River daily during both low-light periods.
These #’s will normally increase week to week. If it’s a stormy rainy day or a higher water level, more Salmon will enter.

Last week of Sept. and first week of Oct. is “normally” when we get our bigger runs, when looking @ the last 40 years.
It’s the best chance for 1,000 to 3,000 Salmon to enter the river in a single 24 hour period causing a MAJOR RUN.

Salmon staging in Lake Ontario closer and closer to the mouth of the Salmon River Estuary weekly. Soon to enter the Estuary and run the river.
Some Salmon in the Estuary, ready to run the River.

We have some heavy rain and thunder storms coming this week. Which should produce some better runs of Salmon.
Especially with the ones sitting in the Estuary currently.

The best place to Salmon fish currently is in the lower Salmon River. Unless you are leap frogging up the river to intercept Wed.’s. run.
You will also find some Salmon from Mid. river to the Upper Salmon River NY.

Anglers are currently finding the Salmon fishing Slow. To Good w/ 1-2-3 hook-ups. To Great with numerous hook-ups.
It’s all about being in the right place at the right time and Experience helps.

If you set your expectation level on low. And would be happy with 0 to 3 Salmon, come on up.
We still have a TON of Salmon yet to come. The river is not loaded, but they are around.

What helps to cause a BIG RUN of Salmon?https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fs1xU2xH6DQ
Todays Humor:
Did you know? There is only 1 BAD side effect from eating our Salmon, Genital Shrinkage! Unfortunately, I’ve experienced it! – har har.

The way you fish. You’d have a better chance of catching a Salmon if you took up golf. har – har.

NEW D.E.C. Salmon River LIVE Webcam and Drones. – The D.E.C. are using video surveillance and drones to catch all you SNAGGERS! – https://fatnancystackle.com/pages/salmon-river-live-webcam

There were so many Cohos at the fish hatchery. I hauled them all back to the mouth of the Salmon River, so they would have to run the river again!

Why didn’t many Salmon run today?
AP Wire – 9/11/21 – A local Lobster fisherman, spotted whales and seals in Lake Ontario in front of the Salmon River eating your Salmon.

A few Steelhead and Brown Tout were caught while fishing the Salmon River in Pulaski NY this last week.
For MORE – Salmon River Steelhead and Salmon Fishing Pulaski NY.

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

Winter Steelhead Fishing Pulaski NY

Winter Steelhead Fishing Pulaski NY

Winter Steelhead Fishing Pulaski NY Report Yankee Angler.Winter is one of the Best Times for Steelhead fishing Pulaski NY. With only a few Winter steelhead anglers fishing Pulaski NY. It opens up additional Winter Steelhead fishing opportunities. With Ton’s of options...

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Enjoy my Yankee Angler Fishing Report. Humor, Tips and Article for the Salmon River Pulaski NY.

Yankee Angler Fishing Report – HUMOR.

King – Coho Salmon Fish Tale? – A.P. 9/30/21. Rare Migratory Whales and Seals have been sighted off the mouth of the Salmon River in Pulaski NY on Lake Ontario.

Why are you catching less King Salmon and Coho Salmon? Here might be the reason why. I took these pictures of a whale and seal out in Lake Ontario in front of the mouth of the Salmon River.
They were gorging themselves on YOUR King Salmon and Coho Salmon!

Yankee Angler Fishing Report with a Whale spotted in Lake Ontario in front of Pulaski NY.
Yankee Angler Fishing Report Salmon River Pulaski NY with a Seal in Lake Ontario.

Randy, quick Q for you. You would never on purpose pull our legs on here, now would you buddy? Joe
Joe, what’s reeeeelly funny is, about 25 years ago was the first time I posted this Joke. A local shop then got 10 phone calls asking about the Seals and Whales eating King Salmon and Coho Salmon in Lake Ontario. True story! I hear the Lobster and Blue Fin Tuna fishing is pretty good!

Did you know? There is only 1 BAD side effect from eating our Salmon, Genital Shrinkage! Unfortunately, I’ve experienced it! – har har.
I hope you enjoyed my Yankee Angler fishing report Humor.

Yankee Angler Fishing Report Guide TIPS for Steelhead and Salmon fishing on the Salmon River Pulaski NY during the Fall, Winter, Spring and April.

Yankee Angler Salmon River High Water Steelhead and Salmon fishing Pulaski NY.
Sometimes this high Salmon River water flow spreads the Steelhead or Salmon out. While other times it concentrates the Salmon and Steelhead. Fish behind any high water current breaks or speed of water changes.
Like behind any BIG boulders or on any Large current breaks. On the seams (where the fast water meets the slow water). And tails of holes (water moves slower) combined with deep water. We call them high water spots.
On the Salmon River, we have low water fishing spots, medium water fishing spots and high water fishing spots. The Salmon and Steelhead change where they hold according to the water level. Combined with the effect of its current breaks.
When the Steelhead and Salmon change where they hold due to higher water flows, then so should you, for Best Results!

Fall Steelhead fishing Pulaski NY. – Warm Water (above 43 degrees.) 
Most of the Fall Steelhead fishing will be in rippled – choppy water 3 to 6 feet deep or the Rapids (heat) in Pulaski NY. Our Fall Steelhead don’t show up in the Pulaski NY Pools until the Water Temp. has dropped below approx. 43 degrees.

Winter Steelhead fishing Pulaski NY – Cold Water (below 42 degrees.) 
Most of the Winter Steelhead fishing will be in the Pools in Pulaski NY.
1 – Winter Steelhead want Deep water for safety from predators.
2 – Less current to conserve their energy.
(You can find our Pulaski NY Steelhead mapped named pools, parking and access roads. By doing a search on the internet or some of the Local Shops up here have maps.)

Yankee Angler Fly Fishing – Spin Fishing Creeks, Streams and Rivers, Winter into Spring.
End of Feb., March and all of April can be “prime time” for Spring steelhead spin or fly fishing. As there is not only leftover Winter steelhead, but also fresh fishing runs of Spring time steelhead. Winter thaws and early spring rains generate runs of steelhead into the Salmon River to Spawn. When the Salmon River is running high due to run off. Its prime time to walk the many miles of streams and creeks in the Salmon River area. Ever try to land a 10 pound Steelhead in a small creek? It’s not easy, but lots of fun! Sight fishing is also and optional treat!

Spring Steelhead Spawn and Drop Back Steelhead fishing on the Salmon River NY in April.
(Drop backs are Spring Steelhead that have successfully spawned in April. And are on their way back down the Salmon River NY to Lake Ontario, Feeding aggressively along the way.)

What’s interesting about the Spring Salmon River NY Steelhead fishing at this time of year. The April Steelhead we have are spread out over 100% of the Spring Steelhead habitat’s thru out the entire Salmon River NY. Top to bottom of the Salmon River and from 1 side to the other, within reason.

Drop back Steelhead will be in all the normal Salmon River current break spots for the current water level. The Flats will be exploding with Steelhead! Sight fishing Steelhead is an optional treat on the Salmon River NY!

Your Best Steelhead fishing opportunity is all Spring until the last week of April. In early May, Steelhead fish the lowest part of the Salmon River for your best Steelhead fishing opportunities.

Mother nature will decide its ending with lower water flows and warmer water temp’s in the Salmon River. Sending all the Steelhead back to Lake Ontario to return next year even BIGGER to the Salmon River! Ye-Haa!
Steelhead Fishing you success! Yankee Angler fishing report guide, Randy Jones.

April Steelhead Fishing Salmon River NY Tips.
In April the Suckers are starting to spawn. Try some yellow egg sacks, yellow glow bugs (flies) or beads to imitate their eggs. The Steelhead will be eating them. The April Drop Back Steelhead will also be eating other Spring Spawning Steelhead eggs. So try some of those colors in sacks, flies or beads when your April Steelhead fishing Salmon River NY.

When the Salmon River is Flooded in the Spring.
When the Salmon River is rip’n and chocolate, along with our other local smaller steelhead hold’n waters. Many times a drive up to the head waters or the first impassible barrier will be fish-able. Due to less run-off and Tributary impute. Also, many times you can spin or fly fish the smaller tributaries that feed into these larger creeks, brooks or streams. That will be hold’n steelhead in the Spring when the Salmon River is flooded.

Spring Steelhead Drop Back fishing Salmon River NY. Top Secret Yankee Angler Guide Tip. – You owe me.
Posted for only you to read and no one else.
After the Salmon River NY Hatchery collects the eggs from the returning Steelhead in the Spring during April.
Approx. April 15 is when you will see 1,000’s of these steelhead leave the holding tanks at the Hatchery. And re-enter back into the Salmon River and turn into Spring drop back Steelhead.
Adding 1,000’s more Steelhead for your Spring fishing pleasure on the Salmon River NY. Shhhh!

For MORE – Salmon River Steelhead and Salmon Fishing Pulaski NY.

I hope you found my “Yankee Angler fishing report Guide Tips” entertainingly informative or mildly educational. – May all Your door knobs smell of BIG Salmon and Steelhead!

Yankee Angler Fishing Report Article. Different Fly Fishing Presentational Methods and Spin – Fly Fishing Flies for Salmon or Steelhead.

Salmon are suckers for fly fishing wares – They’ll hit on all types of flies right now on the Salmon River.
The Syracuse Post-Standard – By J. Michael Kelly.

Yankee Angler Fishing Report for fishing the Salmon River Pulaski NY with a BIG fly fishing King Salmon.
Fly fishing for King Salmon, Coho Salmon or Steelhead on the Salmon River. Isn’t as difficult as it appears to non-practitioners. In fact, there are at least three effective ways to go about fly fishing for your Steelhead or Salmon. You can high stick-dead drift using a running line. Rely on a strike indicator or swing a few coneheads through your favorite Salmon River riffle.

And don’t worry about that burst of fly fishing jargon; translations are just a few sentences away.

Keep in mind that the 10- to 30-pound Chinook King Salmon. Smaller but equally feisty Coho Salmon and Acrobatic Steelhead. That swim up the Salmon River and other Lake Ontario feeder streams this time of year to spawn. Can be caught on many things. They are especially vulnerable to artificial flies made of real fur and feathers. Or synthetic fly materials such as tinsel and fake hair.

“They’ll hit all sorts of flies,” said Fran Verdoliva, a former Salmon River fishing guide. Who is now the Department of Environmental Conservation’s Salmon River program coordinator.

Verdoliva is partial to neon-bright, weighted streamer flies, himself. But Mike DeTomaso, the manager of the White River fly fishing department at the Auburn Bass Pro Shops store. Takes his share of salmon and steelhead on small artificial nymphs and fingernail-size yarn puffs called glo bug flies. And Salmon River Pulaski NY steelhead and salmon fishing guide Randy Jones. Generally uses simple flies, made of Estaz tinsel chenille. That closely resemble nothing in nature, but irritates salmon into hitting them. With their naturally ingrained instinct behavior pattern of being territorial or getting irritated.

The three fly fishing anglers employ different fly fishing methods and tackle, as well as radically diverse fly patterns.

Yankee Angler Fishing guide Randy Jones’ bread-and-butter salmon and steelhead fishing method is the high sticking-dead drifting using a running line. A running-line expert uses one or more split shot to quickly sink a fly in swift, deep water. Instead of a thick fly line that would retard the sinking rate. The method calls for a thin-diameter line that knifes through the water with minimal drag.

The running-line method is sometimes referred to as “chuck and duck”. Because its aficionados have to watch out for the split-shot missiles they’re slinging past their own ears.

Jones contends the fly fishing rig is perfect for the tumbling, white-water pools and pockets that are common throughout the Salmon River.

“The quicker your fly gets into the strike zone, any species of fish, anywhere in the world. And the longer it stays there, the better your odds of catching some salmon or steelhead,” said Jones.
He hands his clients long rods, and instructs them to raise the sticks high immediately after completing a cast. The angler should then follow the line with rod tip held high.
To facilitate a long drift and improve the odds of landing a hooked salmon. Jones employs either a standard 9-foot, 9- or 10-weight fly rod or a two-handed, 13-foot spey-style fly rod. His leaders usually have 2- to 4-foot-long tippets rated at 10-pound test.

Jones also enjoys traditional fly fishing. But adds, traditional fly fishing works best in the shallows of the Salmon River. And with many of the holes on the Salmon River being 5 to 10 feet deep, with current. It helps to have your fly on the bottom, where most of the Salmon and Steelhead are. Which vastly increases your odds of hooking up.
The running line technique is much more productive and can also be used in the shallows. It also takes 2 seconds to learn, unlike other fly fishing methods.

Yankee Angler Fishing Report for the Salmon River in Pulaski NY with a BIG King Salmon while fly fishing.
DeTomaso likes spey rod fly fishing on the Salmon River for steelhead and salmon, too. But he attaches a bright orange plastic foam bobber onto the butt segment of his tapered leader. And uses only one or two small split shot, either BBs or 3/0-size weights. To dangle the fly directly beneath the float, which is called a “strike indicator.”

With the marble-size indicators he uses. DeTomaso can recognize the most subtle interference with his drifting fly. Any sudden wiggle or wobble of the float may mean that the fly is merely stuck between two rocks. Or it could be the start of an epic battle with a biting salmon or steelhead on the Salmon River.

To put the fly in the spots where salmon and steelhead rest. DeTomaso relies on a spey rod or a 9-foot-long fly rod and a floating, tapered fly line. Typically, only the lower half of his leader is allowed to sink during the drift. The leader butt and fly line are usually at the surface. Making for a smooth pick-up and a quick repeat fly cast.

“I get a more natural drift with a strike indicator. And I also like the fact that I can use less weight. Than you do with the running line,” DeTomaso said.

Verdoliva has used both the indicator and running-line tactics to take salmon and steelhead. But now is more apt to employ a weighted fly, a sinker-less leader and a floating line. Especially when he’s fishing water of medium depths and speeds on the Salmon River.

Traditionally, salmon flies were weighted with wraps of lead or copper wire around their shanks. But Verdoliva now has fly boxes full of streamers which sport barbell-shaped “lead eyes” or tungsten cones “coneheads”. Secured just behind the eyes of the size 2 or 4 hooks. These flies sink quickly but are more streamlined and easier to cast than the lead-wrapped fly patterns of yore.

“I guess you could say they’re fly fishing’s version of a jig,” said Verdoliva. If he has trouble getting one of his weighted flies to the bottom in a given spot on the Salmon River. Verdoliva either pinches a small BB shot on his leader, which is usually tapered to about a 12-pound tippet. Or puts a short, quick-sinking piece of line called a “shooting head” between his fly line and the leader butt.

Reprinted with permission The Syracuse Post – Standard
Thanks for the nice article Mike! Where does this Yankee Angler fishing report guide send the check for mentioning me?

Yankee Angler fishing report for Salmon River Steelhead, King Salmon, Coho Salmon and Brown Trout in Pulaski NY. With a Very Happy Steelhead fishing guest.

Thumbs up from this Salmon River Guide with a Very Happy Steelhead Fishing 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 our Fall, Winter and Spring.
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 Pro. fishing guide w/35 yrs. Total EXP.
Salmon River Steelhead Drift Boat Rates for 1 person $300. Rates for 2 people $400 total.
Included in Rates – All Salmon River Steelhead Spin fishing, Float fishing and Fly fishing equipment, gear and tackle.
BOOK Your Steelhead Fishing Trip – With Additional Steelhead Booking Info.
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 1-315-963-2065
Randy Jones, 87 Clark Rd., Mexico, NY 13114.

Trips are 8 hours from the time we meet – 2 person Max. on boat. – Please bring your own Lunch, Polarized Glass’s and Chest Waders. – Final payment preferred in cash. – Fishing License and Chest Waders required. – Please make your local lodging reservation A.S.A.P. – Spikes, Korkers, cleats or chains are ok in the Boat.

Reservation and Deposits – Your Reservation is confirmed upon receipt of a $150 Check deposit (per day). It MUST be received within 7 business days from time of Booking.
Check payable and Mailed too: – Randy Jones, 87 Clark Rd., Mexico, NY 13114. (Sorry, no credit cards excepted).
I’ll confirm receipt of Deposit with you by email.

Then 1 to 2 Months before your fishing trip, I’ll email you with meeting time and place. Usually Whitakers Sports Shop and Motel (Rt. 13 in Pulaski) in the dark.

Salmon River Fishing Report for Steelhead, King Salmon, Coho Salmon and Brown Trout in Pulaski NY.Author Biography – Established in 1980.
Randy Jones has over 35 yrs. of Pro. Fishing Guide Experience. He is also the Owner, Author and Publisher of Salmon River Fishing Reports 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 Salmon River fishing guide business and local fishery. S.E.O. and Social Media. Randy Jones, 87 Clark Rd., Mexico, NY 13114.
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