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Andy and Frank from the Carolinas cash in on smallmouth bass

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Andy and Frank from the Carolinas

June 12 2016 – Andy and Frank from the Carolinas cash in on smallmouth bass from the Carolinas. Bass fishing still good as the weather heats up water temp is 71 degrees. Fish are both shallow and deep with various ways to catch them. Book a trip today!

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More about PA Smallmouth fishing…About Lake Erie The warmest of the Great Lakes, Lake Erie also freezes more. The 4th largest considered surface area, at 9,910 square miles but smallest by water volume, at 116 cubic miles. Four U.S. states — New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Michigan — touches Lake Erie along with the province of Ontario. The eastern end has Buffalo, N.Y., with Toledo, Ohio, covering the western end. The southern shore has Cleveland, Erie Pa. The southernmost of the Great Lakes, Lake Erie’s water flows in by the Detroit River from the upper lakes — Lake Superior, Lake Michigan and Lake Huron — along with a few tributaries such as the St. Clair …

he warmest of the Great Lakes, Lake Erie also freezes more. The 4th largest considered surface area, at 9,910 square miles but smallest by water volume, at 116 cubic miles.

Four U.S. states — New York, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Michigan — touches Lake Erie along with the province of Ontario. The eastern end has Buffalo, N.Y., with Toledo, Ohio, covering the western end. The southern shore has Cleveland, Erie Pa.

The southernmost of the Great Lakes, Lake Erie’s water flows in by the Detroit River from the upper lakes — Lake Superior, Lake Michigan and Lake Huron — along with a few tributaries such as the St. Clair River and Lake St. Clair. The main outlet though is Niagara Falls.

Lake Erie was formed by a receding glacier making it quite young — around 4,000 years old.

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