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Grand River / Re: Found some Bass again
« Last post by rivercats on September 20, 2018, 01:32:57 PM »
Did you get out this week? Iching for some hard pulling river smallies. Let me know can meet you there.

I am going tomorrow. Don't have anymore leeches so will try worms. Hoping for another good day. Sent you a PM :thumbup:
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Lake St. Clair / Re: 57.25" Muskie Caught on LSC - New Length Record
« Last post by BlackCrowe13 on September 20, 2018, 11:01:45 AM »
Amazing catch!!!
Hoping to get a 50+ in this years annual trip to LSC... but that catch...  what a monster!
👍
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Grand River / Re: Found some Bass again
« Last post by Digby on September 20, 2018, 08:54:50 AM »
Did you get out this week? Iching for some hard pulling river smallies. Let me know can meet you there.
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Thames River / Re: Fowlers Pond
« Last post by Digby on September 20, 2018, 08:52:43 AM »
It is a small pond just outside of Woodstock. I don't know if you can still fish there. Is it not private property?
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Niagara River / Re: Niagara River Fishing Report - Sept 2018
« Last post by LEO on September 20, 2018, 08:24:30 AM »
Sept 20, 2018

Niagara River
Anglers at the NYPA fishing platform are starting to catch a few king salmon. Look for the run to start in earnest as water temperatures drop into the 60s. Smallmouth bass and walleye are available from Artpark through the mid-river drifts.

NY DEC
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Lake Erie / Re: Lake Erie Fishing Reports - Sept 2018
« Last post by LEO on September 20, 2018, 08:22:44 AM »
Sept 20, 2018

Lake Erie & Harbors
Walleye fishing was excellent until some stiff northeast winds mixed things up earlier this week. Upwellings pushed colder water up higher in the water column and fish scattered. Anglers have experienced tough walleye fishing since mid-week and some have commented about empty screens (electronics). Searching will be required. Previously, the walleye bite was good from Sturgeon Point to the PA line at depths over 55 feet of water. However, from limited reports, some walleye have been caught at depths over 70 feet of water right off the bottom this week.

Lake Erie Tributaries
A few smaller steelhead have reportedly shown in the low section of Cattaraugus Creek. However, Catt Creek temps need to drop into the mid to lower 60s before we see any significant influx of steelhead. All other creeks are low, warm and void of steelhead. Fishing near creek mouths in Chautauqua County is the best bet at present, as Lake Erie surface temperatures have dropped below 70 degrees, which is generally when steelhead start to show near creek mouths. Shore anglers can target steelhead from the Cattaraugus Creek breakwall or by wading off creek mouths and casting spoons or spinners. Boaters can target steelhead off major tributary mouths by trolling with spoons between 2-2.5 mph.

NY DEC
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Lake St. Clair / Re: Lake St Clair Fishing Reports - Sept 2018
« Last post by LEO on September 20, 2018, 08:19:40 AM »
Sept 20, 2018

Detroit River:  Some walleye were caught by those jigging near Calf Island. A few perch were taken near Sugar Island however most were very small. 

Lake St. Clair:  Large and smallmouth bass were a bit sluggish. Anchor Bay was producing most of the fish, but anglers were working hard for them. Try the deeper sections a few miles north of the Harley Launch and Bouvier Bay. The lake was calmer so light colored baits worked best. Yellow perch numbers were good however anglers had to sort through a lot of small ones. Most were fishing the Dumping Grounds and along the Mile Roads. Walleye were slow with only a couple caught in the channels. 

Michigan DNR
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Lake Erie / Re: Lake Erie Fishing Reports - Sept 2018
« Last post by LEO on September 20, 2018, 08:18:20 AM »
Sept 20, 2018

Lake Erie:  The perch bite picked back up. Most boats caught between 20 and 50 fish while a few boats limited out. Most were caught just north of Buoys 1 and 2, east of Stony Point in 24 to 25 feet, and near the E-Buoy when using minnows on perch rigs with or without green, orange and chartreuse spinners and beads. Anglers also caught white bass, white perch, freshwater drum and channel cats. Very few anglers targeted walleye. Largemouth bass were caught using green pumpkin worms and drop-shot rigs off Bolles Harbor and the backwaters in Toledo Beach Marina. Channel cats continue to be caught on worms in the Hot Ponds.

Michigan DNR
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Thames River / Re: Fowlers Pond
« Last post by rivercats on September 15, 2018, 08:53:41 PM »
Where is this place I never heard of it.
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Thames River / Fowlers Pond
« Last post by SandK on September 15, 2018, 09:32:51 AM »
Just a thought. We ventured out to this little piece of paradise a couple of weeks ago and had a great time. However, the skids laid down to get to the pond and makeshift dock could use some work. Would anyone be interested in joining me in working on a clean up project? 
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