Steelhead fishing continues to be the top option on northeast Ohio Lake Erie tributaries.
Saugeye fishing has been hot – as in off the charts.
When weather and water conditions have been good, steelhead fishing on northeast Ohio rivers has followed suit.
Anglers are continuing to catch walleyes, yellow perch, and also steelhead on Lake Erie with regularity.
Steelhead fishing continues to be strong on northeast Ohio tributaries when water levels and color cooperate.
Report from the Dock Some steelhead are moving back into the northeast Ohio rivers from their summer Lake Erie run and anglers are lining up to catch them. Conneaut Creek has been a particularly good
Fall patterns are setting up for crappies, walleyes, saugeyes, and muskies.
The fall crappie bite is on, and papermouths are relating to structure in shallow water right now.
The heat of the summer is beginning to wane, but the fishing on Lake Erie and beyond is continuing to go strong.