Walleye: The walleye have scattered offshore of Ashtabula and Conneaut and not many boats are targeting walleye. There was one report of anglers catching fish fishing 72-74’ NE of Ashtabula using dipsy divers.
Yellow perch: Fair fishing has been reported 42-60’ NE of Gordon Park, 42-50’ NW of Chagrin River, Good fishing has been reported 51’ N-NW of Fairport, 60-62' NE of Ashtabula and 59-62' NW-NE of Conneaut. Perch spreaders with shiners fished on the bottom produces the most fish. Anglers have been using golden shiners when emerald shiners are not available. A few fish have been caught off the Mentor Headlands breakwall. Mornings and evenings have been best.
White Bass: Fishing has been slow off the Eastlake CEI breakwall and Mentor Headlands breakwall. For boat anglers, fishing has been good in the Cleveland area, look for gulls feeding on schools of shiners at the surface. The white bass will be below the shiners.
Channel Catfish: Anglers are catching fish off the Mentor Headlands breakwall at night using night crawlers. Fish are also being caught along the Grand River at the St Clair St bridge.
Steelhead Trout: Heavy rains on Monday has the Grand River high and muddy. Before the rain event, anglers were catch a fish in the Grand River off the Painesville Township Park, Mentor Headlands and Fairport Harbor breakwalls using small spoons and jigs tipped with maggots. Fish have also been caught in Euclid Creek at Wildwood State Park.
The water temperature is 63 degrees off of Toledo and 66 degrees off of Cleveland according to the nearshore marine forecast.
Anglers are encouraged to always wear a U.S. Coast Guard-approved personal flotation device while boating.