November Smallmouth Bass Fishing
Fall provides ample opportunity to get outside in the outdoors. If you are passionate about smallmouth bass fishing, Lake Erie is a great destination to enjoy some fishing this time of year. Big smallmouth bass can be caught on Lake Erie when the temperatures get cooler. Enjoy some insights on what’s biting during this November smallmouth bass fishing charter on Lake Erie.
Our local experts spend years of time determining what will be effective during your fishing trip. Captain Mark Rose works hard to get you on the best and most fish possible. Lake Erie is home to Captain Mark and if you love smallmouth bass fishing, this is the man to fish with. When you are visiting Lake Erie, don’t miss out on an adventure of a lifetime. November can be a colder month for bass fishing but you surely will get on some big bass.
Captain Mark had the pleasure of fishing with Brad and his friend Tim. They were traveling from Indiana looking to test some of their baits out on Lake Erie. Brad is the owner of Bite Me Bait and Tackle and has his own line of baits. These baits really put some smallmouth bass in the boat on Lake Erie. Brad and Tim adventured out of Presque Isle Bay in Erie, PA and enjoy every moment on the water.
Fishing conditions were perfect for catching some quality smallmouth bass. Cooler water temperatures have the bass active and biting good. They have to get filled up before things get too cold. Brad and Tim used Bite Me Baits to put all their smallmouth bass in the boat. Their jigs were the most effective baits especially the Big Dude tube.
Brad and Tim put some nice numbers of big bass in the boat. Brad caught the biggest bass weighing 6 pounds. Tim had several quality fish as well in the 4-5 pound range. You can’t beat the action here on Lake Erie. Captain Mark is looking forward to fishing with these guys again in the future!
Don’t miss out on your fall fishing adventure on Lake Erie. Catch the biggest smallmouth bass of your life next time you are visiting Erie, Pennsylvania. November is a great month to get some cold air in your face as you set the hook into a big bass. We look forward to seeing you on the water next time!
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