Windy weather a question mark for walleye

Sep 15, 2021 | Ottawa Outdoors | 0 comments


This will be a short report this week, since the report has stayed the same for the last couple weeks due to tough wind conditions for Lake Erie anglers.

Not many yellow perch have been brought in in recent days. Walleye are still being caught from around the rocks and reefs around Kelleys Island in eight to 20 feet of water.

We would like to say good job to Captain Bob Brown of Sundance Charters at Channel Grove Marina on Marblehead for catching 30 walleye out while fishing the rocks on Saturday, even though we had windy conditions. There was some good fishing at the middle of the week from the southeast corner of Kelleys Island to the Huron dumping grounds.

Trollers actually converted back to Tru-Trip diving planers and spinner blades in order to get some walleye. They set these back to 80 to 100 feet.

Bass fishing remained to be good around the Lake Erie Islands, as well. Capt. Randy Raudebaugh had a couple good days while bass fishing on Friday and Saturday.

This week’s report is short and sweet and to the point. Let’s pray to the wind gods that these brisk breezes die down so we can get back to catching some fish. Hopefully next week’s report is longer and I can provide more detailed fishing information for you.

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