Hello fellow fisherman!
Captain Gary here from Fairport Harbor Ohio.
I know this may sound like a broken record but the weather has been a real
pain. Lol. The wind never stops from every direction. Needless to say it’s
hard to stay on active fish. We’ve still been fishing in the 65 to 72 ft of
water. Dipseys with Rippling Redfin’s, Shallow Bombers and Yaleye’s are
still the best producers.
Everything is still deep.
Sets have been
160-185 on a 3
140-155 on a 2
110-135 on a 1
95-110 on a 0
Speed 2.4 2.8
Wire with Kabooms, Deep Thundersticks, small and big are still producing
The Walleye are going to start moving shallower with water temps dropping
so these programs now will switch to Bandits , Reef Runners and Spro
mooneye minnows soon . In some areas to the west they already have. When
Mother Nature calms down Fall is a really great time of year to have lots
of fun and catch a possible fish of a lifetime.
Good luck when you get out.
Captain Gary Zart