Lake Erie Fishing Report: Oct. 30, 2002: , OH,
Fishing Report Posted: October 31, 2002

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Posted by ODNR on October 31, 2002 at 22:37:50:

Lake Erie Fishing Report: Oct. 30, 2002

Central Basin - Water temperature off Cleveland is 55*. Walleye fishing has
been fair, north of Huron 4 to 7 miles, Ruggles Reef and at the Lorain Sand
Bar. Anglers are using bottom bouncers, dipsy divers and downriggers with
spoons in confusion, watermelon, green/white, blue/yellow and worm
harnesses. Walleyes are measuring 15 to 28 inches. Perch fishing has been
good off Huron, Vermilion, Lorain, Geneva, Cleveland Edgewater and Wildwood
State Park, 2 to 5 miles offshore in 45 to 55 feet of water. Yellow perch
are 8 to 12 inches long. Charter boat activity is centered in the Huron
Smallmouth Bass fishing has been good at the breakwalls of Fairport,
Ashtabula and Conneaut in 15 to 25 feet of water using leeches, crayfish,
jigs and small spinners.
Steelhead fishing is good on the Grand River from the short pier in
Fairport Harbor to the Painesville dam. Anglers are using small spinners,
spoons and jigs tipped with maggots. Steelhead are 16" to 32". Anglers are
also trolling for steelhead in the Grand River. The steelhead limit is 2
fish per day per angler.

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