ODNR Fishing Report 11/13/2013: Central, OH,
Fishing Report Posted: November 13, 2013

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Posted by ODNR on November 13, 2013 at 18:27:57:

Lake-wide Report

Walleye: Recent weather has limited fishing opportunities.

Where: Most walleye anglers have been fishing nearshore from Ruggles Reef to Cedar Point.
How: Troll using deep diving crankbaits such as Reef Runners or Deep Husky Jerks, fished in the middle portion of the water column or higher.

Yellow perch

Where: For some of the biggest perch of the year try traditional fall spots such as the green buoy off Catawba State Park; Green and Rattlesnake Islands; Ballast Island; Kelleys Island shoal; east of Kelleys Island airport; between Kelleys Island and Lakeside; the Marblehead Lighthouse; north of Cedar Point; the south end of the sandbar offshore between Vermilion and Lorain; and just off most of the ports from Huron to Conneaut.
How: Perch spreaders with shiners, near the bottom.

Smallmouth bass

Where: Bass start moving shallow to feed as water temperatures drop. Try fishing rocky areas along both island and mainland shorelines to find feeding smallmouth bass. Areas with gizzard shad, shiners or gobies will be best.
How: Tube jigs, drop shots with goby imitations, and crankbaits or jerkbaits.

Water Temperature
The water temperature is 43 degrees off Toledo and 53 degrees off Cleveland according to the nearshore marine forecast.

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