Lake Erie November Fishing Charters for Pennsylvania Smallmouth Bass

Lake Erie November Fishing Charters

Many northern anglers and travelers are winterizing their equipment and boats for the upcoming winter months. Unique places like Erie, Pennsylvania, have days when the weather permits Lake Erie November fishing. As a result, our local experts can still get you on smallmouth bass during this time. Believe it or not, the fishing has been incredible, and you never know where the bite will lead. Enjoy a November Lake Erie Fishing Charter on your next visit to Erie!

Smallmouth bass can be pretty tricky to catch. The deep water holes, ledges, and structures hold some great fish. One of the main reasons is that as the temperature begins to drop on the surface, these places along the lake still hold heat. The heated area will attract bait which will then attract feeding fish. Our local experts, especially Captain Mark Rose, know where all the hot spots on Lake Erie are.

Check out this November Erie Fishing Report:

Lake Erie November FishingBruce and his good friend Neil are returning clients looking for an excellent fishing charter on Lake Erie. Captain Mark had the pleasure of fishing with Bruce and Neil, who have been fishing with him for over three years. Their main target and interest on this fishing trip was smallmouth bass. They had fun catching several different species in Lake Erie November fishing trip.

Right off the bat, Bruce and Neil caught two large lake trout weighing 13 and 12 pounds. When you only expect smallmouth bass, you can catch lake trout as an additional species to add to the list. On top of these catches, they caught several beautiful smallmouth bass in the weight range of 3-5 pounds. Additionally, they caught over 15 fish making for a great quick 4-hr charter.

Sunny and Breezy made for excellent conditions for the bass bite to turn on as the day went on. Bruce and Niel had a fantastic time on the water and are looking forward to their next adventure shortly! Captain Mark will be ready to put them on more exceptional action.

Shortly after this fishing trip, another long-time repeat, Abby took his two friends with him to explore Lake Erie Bass Fishing. They were also traveling from Pittsburgh, and Captain Mark had the pleasure of fishing with them. This was an afternoon fishing charter, and it turned out to be an intense day on the water.

Leaving out Presque Isle Bay and going into the main lake is the best way to experience Lake Erie. Sunny and calm winds made for a great day on the water. Beautiful weather allowed Captain Mark to get to the areas that he wanted. His primary focus on this trip was shades beach to the cribs slamming smallmouth bass at each stop.

Abby and his friends caught between 30-40 smallmouth bass. Most of the fish were between 3-4 pounds as well. The most productive baits were a Zman ned rig in goby and green pumpkin. As well, drop shot bait was a great option. Captain Mark can get you on the smallmouth with multiple baits depending on your desires on how to Lake Erie November fishing.

Abby and his friends had another great trip. Captain Mark is looking forward to returning to the water with him again shortly! November Lake Erie Fishing 2

Come Catch Yours TODAY!

Lake Erie November Fishing is on fire, and many quality smallmouth bass has been caught. The wind is closing soon to cash in on the last bass fishing trips this year. Winter is upon us, and the weather is changing. After this, Captain Mark will be down in the warmth of Florida, catching largemouth and peacock bass. Whether in Erie or Florida, make sure you cash in on an adventure that can change your life.

We look forward to seeing you on the water next time!

Come Visit Lake Erie and Catch Yours Today…

If you enjoyed this post, you might also enjoy this fishing report from the same area or this article on Fishing Patterns, Fall Bass Fishing Patterns.

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About Captain Mark Rose’s hometown is Pittsburgh, PA. Mark has been Lake Erie November fishing 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


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