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Friday, May 31, 2013


Walleye fishing has been picking up from Vermilion to Rocky River. Reef Runners, spoons, as well as harnesses are all taking fish. Look for active fish in the top 20 feet, pinks and purples are best colors. Perch fishing has also heated up in 32-38 feet with Lorain Lighthouse and Saint Anthony's being the hot spot. Guys fishing jigging spoons are also taking walleyes wile perching. Black River is also still producing rock bass, crappies and bluegill around docks or any wood near surface of river. Good luck to all the tournament fishermen, fishing gals this week end.

Thursday, May 23, 2013

05/23/2013 Report

Spring night bite is still going strong! Husky Jerks on 20-35foot leads in 12 to 18 feet of water is best bet. Look for action between Vermilion and Cleveland. Fisherman during the day are also catching fish in 32-48 feet off Beaver to Avon Point. Harnesses and Reef Runners in pinks and purples are working best. Speeds and depths very almost everyday.
Perch fishing has also been good from Lorain to Cleveland in 32-42 feet. Shiners have been plentiful but a full moon is coming so shiners will get hard to get a few days.
Harbors are still filled with pan fish, Crappies, gills and rock bass in all sizes have filled coolers the last week. Black River as well as others has filled with catfish the last week giving anglers a great opportunity to catch some big fish
Memorial Week End Sale on Shimano Tekotas , and Shimano Convergence telescopic board rods.

A big thanks to all the members of the United States Military for all you have given us!

Wednesday, May 8, 2013


                                                           Special Spring Savings!
Reels in all makes and models including new Okuma Cold Water and Shimano Tekota trolling reels. New blades, reefs and huskys are all in stock.

  Fishing is starting to heat up, local harbors are filled with crappies. Small power tubes ,hackle jigs and minnows are best bets.
  Perch fishing has been good in 38-44 feet North of Lorain and Avon Point. Stable weather should mean good perching the next few days. Shiners are ready available at this point in the season.
  Walleye fishing has been heating up. Worm fishermen have been pulling pink and purple Colorado harnesses .8-1.2 in the top 25 feet at the Lorain Dump has been good. The inshore trollers have been contour trolling from Cranberry to Beaver are also taking fish. Fishing should continue to get even better as water warms.

Call Us at The Shop: 440-949-8934

Call Us at The Shop: 440-949-8934
5404 E. Lake Rd. Sheffield Lake, Ohio 44054