Bronzeback Lake Erie Fishing
The Bronzeback, smallmouth, brown bass, or however you want to call it is one of the hardest fighting freshwater species to catch. Erie, Pennsylvania is home to some of the best areas and fisheries to catch smallmouth bass. Every day you can get out on the main lake or even Presque Isle Bay and catch some big bass. Enjoy a Brozeback Lake Erie Fishing charter on your next adventure in Erie, Pennsylvania.
Erie, PA is a great place and destination to bring the family. You have endless on the water and off the water adventures, you can partake in. Whether you want to hop on the rides or explore Lake Erie, this destination has you covered.
If you are looking to go out fishing and catch bass, a local expert is essential. This is a big lake that many try to capitalize on daily. Fortunately, our local experts spend hours and days on the water locking in the best techniques. Lake Erie is all about catching bass with a wide variety of artificial lures. During each update, you will get an insight look at the patterns that have been working this month.
Jason was traveling from Kentucky looking to spend some time in Erie, PA. While doing so, Lake Erie bass fishing was a must. After watching and seeing all the great fishing there is, he just had to try it out. Captain Mark had the pleasure of fishing with Jason and putting him on some great smallmouth fishing.
The smallmouth bass fishing is starting to heat up with the weather. When the water gets warm, the bass push to the deeper waters. Early in the morning, you can catch them on topwater while they are schooling on baits. After that bite dies down a little bit, you can catch them dragging Galidas Grubs.
Jason caught several smallmouth bass in the 3-4 pound range. The action was steady and Jason is looking forward to his next trip back to Lake Erie. This was the first time fishing a big lake like this. Captain Mark will be honored to get him on more fish in the near future!
Just shortly after this fishing trip, Captain Mark Rose was back out on Lake Erie with a Father-Son duo. Edwin and his son Evan were traveling to Lake Erie looking to spend some quality time on the water. Smallmouth bass fishing is something they always bonded over. The main lake yet again produced some quality bass.
Edwin and Evan boated numbers of smallmouth bass on this fishing trip. The most productive baits on this fishing trip were the Galidas Grub in chartreuse and skipjack. Water temperatures are heating up pushing smallmouth bass deeper. If you fish slower than normal, you can find some quality fish. Early morning top water chug bugs also produced some great bites. The biggest fish on this trip was 4 pounds with several more in the 2-4 pound range.
Captain Mark is looking forward to seeing Edwin and Evan on the water again in the near future!
If you are looking for a productive fishing adventure, Lake Erie is your destination. You never know what you will catch. Smallmouth bass are a great fish to catch for the kids as they fight really hard. If you want to learn more tactics and techniques to land more fish, get out with our local experts. Don’t miss out on your adventure next time visiting. We look forward to seeing you on the water next time!
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About Captain Mark Rose hometown is Pittsburgh PA. Mark has been fishing Lake Erie and Lake Okeechobee since 1999. He fishes Lake Erie in the spring for smallmouth. He runs a detail shop in his hometown during the summer, spring and fall and heads to Florida during the winter months to do what he loves, guide on Lake Okeechobee. Learn More About Lake Erie or Capt. Mark Rose