Friday, June 02, 2017

Lake Erie

Walleye fishing in the famous Lake Erie island area has been hot at times this week and most fishermen are talking about all the small undersized fish that they are having to release. At the same time, however, mixed in with the many small fish have been some very nice trophy sized fish and they were hitting the docks at Channel Grove Marina all weekend. Some fish in the fish Ohio category of over 28” were being caught at various locations including the waters not too far north of the harbor entrances of East and West Harbor. Also, the area between Kelleys Island and South Bass was producing good numbers of walleye along with the area east of Niagara Reef, and near Ballast Island. Larger average sized walleye have been starting to show up on shallow reef edges around the Islands and reefs north of Kelleys Island and near Crib and Toussaint Reef in the Davis Besse reef complex area

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