GOOD MORNING ,
YESTERDAY WE WENT LIVE WITH OUR NEW WEB SITE! WE ARE GOING TO CONTINUE THE DAILY RIVER UPDATE IN THIS BLOG FORMAT WHICH ALLOWS US TO CARRY ON PROVIDING UP TO DATE MAUMEE RIVER AND LAKE ERIE INFO AND ALSO ALLOWS YOU, OUR FELLOW ANGLERS, TO COMMENT ON OR ABOUT THE DAILY POST.
WE WILL CONTINUE TO POST PICTURES OF ANGLERS AND THEIR CATCH -MANY OF THEM WILL BE POSTED IN THE “TROPHY ROOM” SO CLICK ON THAT ICON AND BROWSE AROUND. – IN ADDITION THIS NEW FORMAT WILL ALLOW YOU TO COPY AND PASTE THOSE PHOTOS RIGHT FROM OUR SITE TO SEND OUT TO FRIENDS AND FAMILY.
AS THIS IS A NEW FORMAT PLEASE BEAR WITH ME IF SOME TIMES THINGS DONT LOOK CORRECT- I AM ALSO IN THE PROCESS OF LEARNING THE NEW SYSTEM.
WE HAVE MANY NEW FEATURES AND MANY NEW PRODUCTS TO OFFER ON THIS NEW SITE SO FEEL FREE TO BROWSE AND SEE WHATS NEW . ONE OF THE MAJOR PRODUCT ADDITIONS ARE BOATING AND MARINE NAVIGATION TOOLS AND SUPPLIES. WILL BE OFFERING THESE BOATING PRODUCTS FOR PURCHASE ON LINE ONLY. IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS PLEASE POST HERE ON THE SITE OR GIVE US A CALL. WE APPRECIATE YOUR FEEDBACK AND LOOK FORWARD TO SPEAKING WITH YOU.
MAUMEE RIVER REPORT:
WATER LEVEL- 585.3 NO CHANGE FROM YESTERDAY
TEMPERATURE- 69 DEGREES
EVEN THOUGH WE HAVE HAD VERY LITTLE RAIN YESTERDAY HERE IN MAUMEE THE RIVER LEVEL HASNT CHANGED. THIS IS BECAUSE FT. WAYNE, INDIANA GOT SOME SIGNIFIGANT RAIN AND ALL THE WATER HAS MADE ITS WAY DOWNSTREAM TO US.
AGAIN YESTERDAY WE SAW SOME GOOD CATCHES OF CATFISH , SAW PICTURES OF SOME OVER 20LBS TAKEN. THEY ARE BITING WELL ON NIGHTCRAWLERS, LEECHES AND MINNOWS.
LAKE ERIE REPORT:
Where: Walleye have been caught south of the Gravel Pit, west of West Sister Island (within 2 miles), around Gull Island Shoal, and around Kellys Island Shoal.
How: Anglers trolling have caught fish on spoons behind divers and on worm harnesses with inline weights or bottom bouncers. Anglers casting are using weight forward spinners or mayfly rigs.
Where: Yellow perch have been caught near the Toledo harbor light, south of the Gravel Pit, west of West Sister Island, near the turnaround buoy of the Toledo shipping channel, between Rattlesnake Island and Middle Bass Island, north of North Bass Island, and off the Marblehead Lighthouse.
How: Perch spreaders or crappie rigs with shiners fished near the bottom produce the most fish.
Smallmouth Bass and Largemouth Bass
Where: Smallmouth bass have been caught along the shorelines of the Bass Islands. Largemouth bass have been caught on the main lake shoreline around Catawba and Marblehead, and in harbors in the same area.
How: Bass have been caught on tube jigs, crankbaits and drop shot rigs.