ODNR Fishng Report for 11/08/2005: OH

Article Posted: November 08, 2005

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Most walleye effort over the past week has been from Huron to Vermilion or on Kelleys Island shoal and Gull Island shoal. The average size has improved with occasional Fish Ohio walleye being caught. Spoons or crawler harnesses trolled deep with dipsy divers, jet divers or downriggers have produced the most consistent catches, while crankbaits have produced some of the larger fish. On the shoals fish have also been caught by drifting crawler harnesses or casting weight forward spinners. Pier fishing at night is improving with the Huron and Lakeside piers producing the most fish. The Catawba State Park and Mazurik ramp piers have also produced a few fish.

Yellow Perch
Perch fishing was slow over the past week with the best reports coming from east of the Vermilion River and off of Cedar Point. A perch spreader tipped with shiners is the most popular set-up. Fish have ranged from 8-12 inches.

Lake Erie surface temperatures range from 51 to 55 degrees.

Source: ODNR

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