Local guys catch 100 smallmouth on Lake Erie with biggest 6 lbs!

Local guys catch 100 smallmouths on Lake Erie with the biggest 6 lbs!

The report May 30 – Water temp 70-74 – Depth 5-20 feet of water
Erie pays off for 2 local guys in Ellwood City catching 100 smallmouth biggest 6 pounds throwing shaky heads tubes, drop shots, and rattletraps. Lots of big ones with the smallest 3 pounds.

Book your trip today to fish with Capt Mark Rose.


Erie is a city located on the south shore of Lake Erie in Erie County, Pennsylvania, United States. Erie is the fourth-largest city in Pennsylvania. It’s located north of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, halfway between Buffalo, New York, and Cleaveland, Ohio.

Erie, PA is known for having the best fishing holes for anglers and being the “Flagship City” because of being the home port for the wooden-hulled ship, Niagara, used at the Battle of Lake Erie in the War of 1812.

Erie, Pennsylvania, is home to the oldest land lighthouse on the Great Lakes and was chosen by Field and Stream as one of the nation’s top twenty family-fishing spots. The waters of Lake Erie are known for incredible sport fishing for Walleye, Steelhead, Lake Trout, and smallmouth bass.


Lake Erie is the 13th largest natural lake globally and is a unique waterway with incredible fishing. Lake Erie is the shallowest of the Great Lakes with a depth of 210 feet at its deepest points; other Great Lakes reach depths of over 1500 feet. Lake Erie covers 9,910 square miles, bordering four states and Canada.

Lake Erie supports a wide variety of healthy fish populations, including bass, trout, walleye, steelhead, salmon, crappie, bluegill, yellow perch, sunfish, pike, and muskie. These fish species thrive in quality and quantity, making Lake Erie a top destination for fishing charters. On top of its famous sport fishing, Lake Erie has more consumable fish than all the other Great Lakes combined.


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