ODNR Fishing Report 06/07/2005: Eastern, OH,
Fishing Report Posted: June 07, 2005

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Posted by ODNR on June 07, 2005 at 23:00:49:

Central Basin

The best walleye fishing has been around Ruggles Reef E of Huron, 3 to 5
miles N of Fairport Harbor in 50 to 60' of water, 3 to 5 miles NW of
Ashtabula in 50 to 60' of water, and 1 mile N of Eastlake in 20 to 30'
of water. Trolling spoons, crankbaits, or crawler harnesses, and
drifting crawler harnesses have produced the best catches.

Yellow Perch
Yellow perch fishing has been best 1 to 2 miles N of the Vermilion River
mouth, 1 to 2 miles off of Lorain, 1 mile N of the E 72nd street
lighthouse of Cleveland in 30' of water, 1 mile N of Eastlake in 20 to
30' of water, and 1 to 3 miles out from Fairport Harbor to Conneaut in
30 to 45' of water. A perch spreader tipped with shiners is the most
popular set-up.

Smallmouth Bass
The best smallmouth bass fishing has been around the shoreline and
harbors in 15 to 30 feet of water around Fairport, Geneva, Ashtabula and
Conneaut. Jigs tipped with shiners or leeches, tube jigs and crankbaits
have been the most productive lures.

Lake Erie surface temperatures range from 57 to 67 degrees.

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