Walleye fishing continues to be excellent with many limits being caught. Fishing has been best in Ohio waters near the Michigan border straight E of Monroe MI, N of Niagara reef and “C” can of the Camp Perry firing range, and N of Kelleys Island to the Canadian border. Drifters are using mayfly rigs or worm harnesses with bottom bouncers, while trollers are using worm harnesses with inline weights or bottom bouncers and jet or dipsy divers with spoons.
The best yellow perch fishing in the western basin has been around Lucy’s point of Middle Bass Island, E of Kelleys Island, and SW of Gull Island Shoal. Perch spreaders with shiners fished near the bottom produce the most fish.