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Oak Orchard Creek

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#16 Fatman


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Posted 28 October 2004 - 08:53 PM

Hey Guys,

I'm originally from Medina, NY and have fished the entire length of the Oak Orchard. It's a great fishing place along the entire length. A place which is closer than Batavia is in Albion, NY and is called Dollingers. Make sure to get the one on West Avenue. The number is 585-589-6308.

A new listing never heard of them before right in Waterport which is right around the corner from the Oak is:

Captains Cove Motel, Marina & Tackle Shop. , 14339 Roosevelt Hwy, Waterport, NY 14571, (585-682-3316).

Another site which I checked :

Orleans County Tourism

Check out the fishing tabs and it will give you some ideas.

I have loved fishing that area my whole life and always try to get back whenever I can.

I know this is all long winded but Enjoy and have a great time, one warning I will give you on top of what everyone else has given you WEAR EYE PROTECTION!!!!!!!!! I know eyeware can be a pain in the ass in cold weather but no fishing is worth losing an eye over and I have seen people hooked in the eye on the Oak before and it ain't pretty.

Tight lines and wish I could be there with you all


Just Fishing! All life is that to some extent. If we are not fishing for one thing it is another. But angling! That's just a bit different. In it we find peace and contentment and much with which to occupy our minds. May the balance of our fishing days be blessed with congenial comrades and "tight lines." Ray Bergman