This is crazy that I came across another seagull on Lake Erie and was able to save it. It got a couple good pecks in before I did. Luckily, I captured it on video. ...more https://rumble.com/v1iqzod-saved-another-seagull.html?mref=66lt3&mc=9e0fe
Sandusky Bay is an incredible bass fishery. Seems like there are bass on every place to fish in that bay. If you love to fish rocks this is the place for you. ...more Come along with me on this fishing video trip of the bay. https://rumble.com/vr2qxd-sandusky-bay-lake-erie-fishing-bass-fishing.html?mref=66lt3&mc=9e0fe
Jim and I fished Detroit river, Huron River, and Lake Erie. Had good post spawn fishing day with a variety of fish. Come along on our trip and sign up for more ...more videos. The video link for above photo is below. https://rumble.com/vjiizr-lake-erie-bass-fishing-may-2021.html?mref=66lt3&mc=9e0fe
Nice largemouth that was holding tight to the drop off.
Jim and I fished Lake Charlevoix the very first week of May in 2021. It was bitter cold and the lake temperature was only running 43 degrees. We did find some ...more smallmouth, but they hadn't started to move to the prespawn areas yet. The link is to a video we did that will show you and aerial view of the lake along with some of the smallmouth and walleye we caught. https://rumble.com/vhrbw1-lake-charlevoix-bass-fishing-early-2021.html?mref=66lt3&mc=9e0fe
Lake Erie Fishing 05-23-21
What a day for an adventure. Jim and I made our way out of Sterling State Park in Monroe Michigan. We headed east on the lake and fished ...more many things along the way. The only thing that was consistent was the white bass bite. We hit several places along the lake in our route. We hit Swan Creek and caught only a couple there. We hit the spoils and only found a couple there as well. The white bass certainly filled any voids for missing bites, but finding the right bass were more difficult. We hit lots of areas at the mouth of the Detroit River and found some smallmouth, but no big numbers. We even went up the Huron River mile or two. We found some largemouth, rock bass, muskie, and pike.
We decided to spend the rest of the day on the lake and managed some more smallmouth and largemouth. It was a real grind, but we were rewarded for our persistence. The grind paid off with some nice smallmouth. The tactics that worked were slowly dragging swimbaits in 10 to 12 feet of water. Burning spinnerbaits over shallow flats. Chatterbaits in the river and swim jigs. Jerkbait on flats also produced a few. We’ll get a video out of the day at some point. Water temperature on the lake was running 66 to 67 degrees. Visibility was really good. Below are few pictures from the day of fishing.
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