Topwater Smallmouth Bass Fishing
If there is one place that constantly produces exceptional smallmouth bass fishing, it is Lake Erie. All year long you can have the chance at landing the smallmouth bass of your dreams. Erie, PA is a great place to experience the outdoors this summer. Bring your family and enjoy the parks along with some Topwater Smallmouth Bass Fishing on beautiful Lake Erie.
Presque Isle Bay is a fantastic place to explore and visit. It gives you access to Lake Erie, where all smallmouth bass are currently. Your local expert and professional fishing Captain Mark Rose will get you on the fish all trip long. Years of experience has led to an exceptional amount of knowledge to get you on the fish. You can’t go wrong fishing on Lake Erie with Captain Mark!
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Captain Mark Rose had the pleasure of fishing with Don, Dan, and Doc on Lake Erie. These gentlemen were traveling from Ohio in search for some Lake Erie Bronzebacks. This was the start of two fishing adventure that helped them land some quality smallmouth bass. The smallmouth were biting strong on this fishing adventure.
Summertime smallies enjoy artificial baits which is one of the best ways to catch them. The most productive baits on these fishing trips were Galidas Grubz in skipjack and chartreuse, wacky worms, and drop shots. It helped Don, Dan, and Doc land over 60 smallmouth bass in two days of fishing. The biggest fish weighed close to 4.5 pounds. It was Doc’s personal best smallie.
What a great two days for these gentlemen. They were ecstatic with their time on the water and Captain Mark Rose is looking forward to adventuring out with them again soon!
Just shortly after this fishing trip, Captain Mark was out on the water on Lake Erie. This time, he had the pleasure of fishing with Bill and his wife Diane. They were traveling from Watertown, NY and wanted to catch some smallmouth bass on Lake Erie. Topwater baits were highly effective and helped land some giant fish.
Bill caught his personal best smallmouth bass on topwater with a 5.1 pounder. Several other quality fish came on Galidas Grubs in skipjack. The weather was beautiful on this trip with temperatures in the 75-78 degree range. If you are looking for some fun in the sun, now is the time to visit this amazing place.
Bill and Diane had a fantastic time exploring Lake Erie. Captain Mark is looking forward to getting them out on the water again soon.
If you love to catch smallmouth bass and you haven’t yet explored Lake Erie, now is the time to explore. You can catch way more than just bass on this fishing trip. It is a true adventure with unique catches during the summer months. Warm weather calls for outdoor activities that will allow you to create a memory worth remembering. We look forward to seeing you on the water next time!
Come Visit Lake Erie and Catch Yours Today…
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[fusion_text] 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 [/fusion_text]