OSWEGO COUNTY – Whether you like winter or summer fishing (or both), the idea of getting the best tips and tricks for year-round fishing is not one to pass up. Sure you may have some useful techniques but do you know the best spots and when to go? Without a doubt, we want you to come home with a satisfying catch. Which is why we’re suggesting for you to take advantage of Oswego County Tourism’s resources to catch yourself some of New York’s best steelhead or many varieties of fish.
As part of its ongoing program to inform visitors about Oswego County, the Oswego County Tourism Office has launched a new fishing blog, “Hotline to Oswego County Fishing.” Authored by Capt. Andy Bliss, the blog will cover Oswego County’s fantastic variety of year-round angling opportunities with tips for beginners to experts. For example, learn when Steelhead enters tributaries and the best time to take your handy fishing to catch them!
“We’re always looking for new ways to engage readers and drive visitors to Oswego County,” said Dave Turner, director of the County Department of Community Development, Tourism and Planning. “Capt. Andy has worked with many local charter captains and will draw on his experience to share information about fishing Lake Ontario, its tributary streams and nearby waters.”
The first post covers winter steelhead activity on the Oswego and Salmon rivers.
About Capt. Andy
Bliss began guiding customers in 2002 while he was a student attending SUNY Oswego, and has developed his skills and passion for fishing into a full-time career as a guide.
Home of the Salmon and Oswego Rivers, and bordering Great Lake Ontario and Oneida Lake, Oswego County is world-famous for its diverse year-round fishing opportunities.
For questions on fishing Lake Ontario and its tributary streams, email Bliss at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For Oswego County fishing conditions and visitor information, go to www.visitoswegocounty.com or call 1-800-248-4FUN (4386).