Home again, and first Fishing Report for Erie

Just got back in last night about 2 am, and can tell right away that there hasn’t been a whole lot of rainfall in these parts since I left.  Guess one good thing is that I won’t have to cut any grass.  Will have some good, some decent pics of fish from the Upper Peninsula in a day or two while I unpack all the gear.

Here is the latest email that I picked up from Captain Mike over at Matthew’s B&T in Bolles Harbour.  Sounds like the perch have been hitting while I was North.


Nice catches of PERCH were once again brought in for cleaning this weekend. I saw allot of fish in the 10\” to 12\” range this weekend.

As usual shiners and PERCH rigs took a majority of the fish. Try the Gold Blade / Green Beaded horseshoe spreader it did well for most this weekend!

We have both shiners and fathead minnows in stock, both were reportedly taking PERCH over the weekend.

3 areas to try.

2 miles north of E-Bouy 22\’. S-Bouy, and out near the Turn Around Bouy.

Stop in and see us this week!!!

Some WALLEYE are still being taken on a slow yet consistant pace. The dumping grounds seems to be holding a small and concentrated school of eyes at the north eastern corner.

Crawler Harnesses and Crawlers or Leeches are working beast.

Good Luck & Tight Lines,

Capt. Mike

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