Lake Erie Islands Fishing Report

December 31st, 2017
Cold, cold temps coming up this week with several nights below zero in the forecast, should lock things up pretty good by next weekend. We will be opening Friday, January 5th. at 6:00 a.m. and will be open every day.  We will have emerald shiners, waxworms and crawlers, as well as a good selection of ice lures and all your other ice fishing needs. Just a reminder to anyone going out...please remember to bring back everything you take out, including your trash!  We have a great resource here in Lake Erie, and we all need to take care of her for ourselves, as well as for future generations. If you have 2017's fishing license, it is good until the end of February, 2018. We will start posting fishing reports on here, as well as on our facebook page, as soon as we hear any news. Be safe out there everybody and good luck!   Read more...
December 29th, 2017
Mother Erie is making ice! We will keep everyone posted. Looks like some pretty strong west winds ahead here for the upcoming weekend but supposed to stay very cold. Hope what's already there stays put. Time will tell. Keep your fingers crossed everybody! I know everyone is getting anxious! Check into our page every now and then in the upcoming week for updates! Happy New Year everyone!   Read more...
November 19th, 2017
We are now closed for the season. Our 39th. year in the books! Wow! Want to thank everyone who came through our doors this year and patronized us. We sincerely appreciate each and every one of you. We will keep you informed of lake conditions, as far as a possible ice fishing season, looking forward. Wishing everyone a Happy Thanksgiving, a Very Merry Christmas and everything good in the New Year!   Read more...
November 4th, 2017
Our business hours until we close for the season on Sunday, Nov.19th. are from 7 a.m.-4 p.m. daily.
For the last couple weeks of the season, we are running a crankbait sale. This includes all Bandits, Husky Jerks, Reef Runners, Flicker Minnows, P 10's, and P 20's, in all stock, as well as, custom colors. Oh and we just got some Bomber shallow divers in as well. If you buy any 6 crankbaits, you'll get a 7th. one free! We have quite a selection of good colors still on hand, especially in the Flicker Minnows and Bandits. We hope you'll stop in and take a look!
Good luck to everyone fishing in the Fall ...
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October 19th, 2017
This week, perch fishing has been good the past 2 days. H-Can to the west, NW of Green Island and just east of Kelley Island Shoal have been best.
Walleye are still being caught 3-4 miles East of Kelleys Island. Trolling with spoons or worm harnesses in that location has been working best. Weather for Friday and Saturday looking nice with a South wind.
We DO have Emerald Shiners ...   Read more...
October 9th, 2017
Walleye fishing seems to be getting better and better. This past week, lots of limits have been caught in different areas and in different ways. If you want to cast harnesses or erie dearies, Toussaint Reef area or Kelleys Shoal are both producing. Trollers are finding fish about three miles east of Kelleys Is. Also, from cedar point over to the Huron dumping ground. Stinger spoons are producing fish as are the deep diving flicker minnows. Most of the fish now being caught are of legal size. Quite a few of the fish caught are in the 18 to 22 inch size.
As far as the perch bite goes, the perch are running big in most areas. Limits are not being caught on a daily basis like last year at this ...
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September 21st, 2017
Walleye: Turned on pretty good this week to the East. Casters and trollers alike are catching approximately 4-5 miles East of Kelleys Island in 42" of water, going South from there to Huron Dumping Ground (located 4 miles out of Huron). Trollers are pulling worm harnesses and spoons. Haven't heard any specific program yet, but walleyes are at various depths. Some bigger fish being caught. Most are in the 15-18" range. Good Eaters!

Perch: Between Rattlesnake and Middle Bass Island and up the middle by Lucys Point and just East of Kelleys Shoal 42 feet of water. Good ...   Read more...
August 25th, 2017
Walleye: If you are casting or dragging a harness or Erie Dearie, try the reefs West of the Bass Islands. You can catch enough to hold your interest. Trollers are still going between Huron and Vermilion, about 5 miles off shore. Trolling harnesses with crawlers working best.
Perch: They're being caught, but never in the same place 2 days in a row. West of Green and Rattlesnake, West Reef, North Bass, southeast of Kelleys off the airport, south of the Casino on Kelleys and LakRead more...