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Early Season Smallmouth Fishing on Lake Erie-FREE Navionics Webinar!


David Chong
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For many years I used to head to Lake Erie on the New York side for some early season Smallmouth Bass fishing but have missed the last few! Will try to get down at the beginning of May this year! Gonna take in this FREE webinar tomorrow evening with Navionics pro, Jonathan Coholich and see what's new!! Check it out if you're planning on heading out for some Lake Erie Smallmouths! Register here https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/8700411718909125634?source=Navionics+eblast

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2 hours ago, 206 said:

Not looking for spots, but how far of a run from a launch would it be to get onto the good ones?

At Presque Isle?

https://www.fisherie.com/Presque-Isle-Cascade-Creek-Map

https://charts.noaa.gov/OnLineViewer/14835.shtml

The top link shows a number of launches, the only one I ever used was the marina lake one, it is in the park which is the entire north side of the bay. The bay is only around 5 miles long and a mile wide? The south side is the city of Erie.

It's been some years for me 206, but the ramp was good and with it in the park there were more patrols, so more safety? As I recall the entrance to the park was gated, it opened at like 6 am?

I can't recall ever fishing there before mid to late June though and only a couple of times fun fishing, most were part of our club's tournament schedule. We always limited our tournies to inside the bay itself and imposed a 3 fish limit there, it almost always took a minimum of 10 - 15 pounds to stand a chance. Some nice largemouth there too.

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