ONR Fishing Report 05/11/2005: , OH,
Fishing Report Posted: May 11, 2005

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Posted by ODNR on May 11, 2005 at 23:12:41:

Walleye are currently migrating away from their spawning grounds and can
be caught in traditional post-spawn areas. Walleye have been caught
from Maumee Bay to West Sister Island (including the Toledo shipping
channel), the flats around the Camp Perry firing range, north and west
of North Bass Island, around Kelleys Island, and from Sandusky to
Vermilion as post-spawn females begin to migrate east. Popular
techniques include drifting with mayfly spinner rigs or trolling
crankbaits, crawler harnesses or spoons. Yellow perch fishing has been
good off of Marblehead, east of Kelleys Island, around the Sandusky Bay
foghorn, north of Ruggles Reef, and within 1 to 2 miles of the ports
from Vermilion east to Conneaut.

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