Salmon fishing is taking off as the fish move closer to shore in preparation for their river runs. Fishing is hot for them on the lakes, too, as it is for most other species in
Yellow perch fishing on Lake Erie is starting to pick up again just ahead of the good fall bite on the big lake.
A rundown on how things ended last week with the National Walleye Tour stop here.
In his final fishing tip of the open-water season, Hall of Fame angler “Tackle” Terry Tuma says that while the different phases can affect fishing patterns, also consider weather conditions, cold fronts, sunlight, water clarity
The weather has cooled and the water temperature has begun to fall as well. That has turned on the bite, but it will only get better with a week of stable weather ahead of us.
Some fish are starting to move into their fall patterns. Here’s how it’s impacting the fishing.
Not quite moving into fall patterns yet, but we’re leaning that direction. Moving baits are becoming more impactful.
The heat continued throughout the holiday weekend and that definitely decreased the number of people going out – and the number of positive reports.
Summer patterns continue and a couple presentations make it simple to catch fish.
Starting to transition to some pretty typical fall fishing patterns. What that means for where you might find different species.