An angler could do much worse than the pair of reservoirs at Findlay in northwest Ohio.
One of the highlights of this fishing report is the bass bite on East and West Harbors on Lake Erie.
It’s the heat of the summer and the fishing is rather tough right now in the Buckeye State. This might be the perfect time to break out the catfish gear and go after some channels,
On Lake Erie, the Central Basin is giving up quick limits of walleyes in these locations.
Hybrid striped bass have been stocked at East Fork since 1983, making it one of the longest running hybrid striper lakes in the state.
Walleye anglers on Lake Erie are heading north of Middle Bass Island right now to find a better size of fish.
Many of the lake’s fish get flushed into the spillway, which can be a bonanza for anglers.
Walleye fishing on the Western Basin and Central Basin of Lake Erie continues to go strong with regular six-fish limits being reported in short amounts of time.
Saugeyes and crappies are moving into deep-water haunts now that summer temperatures have warmed sufficiently.