Summer Erie Bass Fishing
Summer months bring about some of the best outdoor opportunities of the year. Every summer that warm weather in Erie, Pennsylvania fires up the smallmouth bass. If you love to catch smallies or have never caught one before, this is a prime destination to do so. Bring your family and friends along for a summer Erie bass fishing adventure you will never forget!
Erie, Pennsylvania is a unique destination to travel to. It is abundant with on-land and on-water activities. After spending a day at Waldameer Park and Water, take your loved ones on a bass fishing adventure worthwhile. Many know Lake Erie for its Walleye fishing but Lake Erie Smallmouth Bass fishing is the true adventure you should experience.
Depend on Locals
Our local experts are highly professional and knowledgeable about bass fishing on Lake Erie. They grew up fishing this beautiful lake and want to share the experience with you on your next visit. Not only will they get you on the bass of your dreams but they help with every step along the way. You leave our fishing charters with more knowledge and experience to catch a bigger fish on your own. We are here to help so when you do come aboard, please feel free to ask questions.
Here is just a few catches and experiences that have occurred this past week:
Dustin, Scott, and their Grandfather were looking to explore the waters of Lake Erie on their vacation. Captain Mark Rose had the pleasure of taking them out again on their fishing trip. This was a return client that was excited to catch more fish on Lake Erie. Smallmouth bass was the main target with artificial lures.
Capt Mark Finds a Way
One of the neat things about fishing in a place like Lake Erie is that they are hungry all summer long. Artificial lures are incredibly productive for putting some big bass in the boat. Dustin and Scott loaded the boat with quality smallmouth bass all trip long. It was a quick 4-hour trip in the morning. Temperatures are cooler in Pennsylvania allowing for great fishing all day. The most productive baits on this fishing trip were Galidas Grubz in skipjack, smoke, and chartreuse.
Dustin and Scott are looking forward to their next Lake Erie Bass Fishing adventure!
It was not long after this fishing trip that Noah and his son Zack were fishing Lake Erie. Captain Mark had the pleasure of fishing with this father and son duo. It is always a special moment to get on the boat with family and get them on fish all trip. Yet again, Lake Erie produced big time. Artificial baits were the best method to catch smallmouth bass on this trip.
Getting on the boat with a local expert is priceless. Captain Mark is one of the best bass fishing guides on Lake Erie. He takes you right to the fish and within minutes you can have smallmouth bass in your hands. Noah and Zack caught them up on Galidas Grubz in the same color pattern as the previous fishing trip. This was an afternoon charter that produced some excellent smallmouth bass.
Captain Mark is looking forward to getting Noah and Zack on some more smallies in the near future!
Fishing Report Stats for these trips:
The average number of fish caught on a fishing trip: 15-20
The average size of fish: 3-5 pounds
Most Productive bait: Galidas Grubz
Location: Lake Erie in Erie, Pennsylvania out of Presque Isle Bay
Captain Mark Rose
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We look forward to seeing you on the water next time! The summer months are the best times to come catch smallmouth bass on Lake Erie. If you are looking for a giant smallie, this is the time to come. Our local experts will get you on the bass all trip long!
Come Visit Lake Erie and Catch Yours Today…
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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