floating downstream vertical jigging
Surprisingly excellent fishery within a large, urban area. Produces numbers of trophy Walleye and many white bass. Channel edges are key to success. 32 river miles mapped. This focuses on a section of the Detroit River before it flows into Lake Erie. Norm...
Water real murky today due to heavy rain and high winds the last two days. Was getting skunked on tubes and top waters before I switched to Ned Rig... then bam, ...more bam, bam, bam! For fish on five casts tossing it in right next to shore and bumping it down the gravel embankment.
Good day out with my dad, netted 8 smallies ranging 17-19". A couple boats of "bass holes" came up on us and positioned their fu*king boats right ...more where we were casting. They weren't catching sh*t either! Before me and my dad left our spot we pulled four fish out of my live well and held them up to take this pic as the "bass holes" looked on! They were in a tournament, we told them that a couple amateur angler just kicked their ass and then sped off in my boat... I made sure the bass went back in the live well before we sped off!
Another Sugar Island beast... lower Detroit River is producing good numbers of fish as well as good size. Any gravel or rock structure in 6 to 12 fow will do. ...more They're on the live crayfish or Ned rig. Surprisingly tubes aren't getting bites though. This one here hit the 21" mark, 5lbs 4oz.
PB Smallie! 😎. Finally got my Michigan Master Angler Smallmouth... 21-1/4". 5lbs 2 oz. Been hunting for this fish for four seasons now. Icing on the cake ...more was I got her during one of my local fishing league events on Grosse Ile 👊🏻 Helluva fight, kept diving under the boat and also gave me a Polaris-like leap where I thought I lost her. Easily won first place this week in my league for biggesd
Outstanding fishing opportunities for a diversity of species including smallmouth bass, muskie, walleye and yellow perch. Widely recognized as one of the nation's great smallmouth and muskie fisherie...
In the western basin of Lake Erie, north of the cities of Port Clinton and Marblehead.
Popular metro lake known for Walleye, catfish and Crappie. Fished heavily but still produces! Even muskie!
Lake Erie is the fourth largest lake (by surface area) of the five Great Lakes in North America, and the tenth largest globally] or twelfth largest globally if measured in terms of surface area.It is ...