Walleye fishing has been good in 66-67’ NW off Wildwood State Park, 72-74’ NE and NW off Fairport and 72-74’ NW off Geneva. Trollers are using green, yellow jacket, orange, silver, and purple worm harnesses, crank baits, stick baits, and spoons off jet divers, dipsy divers and planer boards. Anglers are fishing down 30 to 50‘. The best times are in the evening and early morning.
Yellow perch fishing has been good in 40-50’ NW off Edgewater State Park, 41-46’ NW off Chagrin River, 58-70’ N off Ashtabula and Conneaut. Perch spreaders with shiners fished near the bottom produce the most fish.
Steelhead are being caught by anglers trolling for walleye. The best location has been NE and NW of Fairport in 72-74’. See the walleye section for trolling details.
Based on the nearshore marine forecast the water temperature is 70 off of Toledo and 69 off of Cleveland.