Minutes from Cleveland and the new casino coming.
Transportation can be arranged to/from Cleveland.
There has been much call for walk-ons from persons that are by themselves and such, for Perch or Walleye.
I have now scheduled walk-ons.
If you are by yourself and want to go we can create a trip.
We can accommodate up to 6 passengers for perch.
Perch walk-ons when available are 60.00 person, to create a party of 6 persons, bait included, Or pro rated for less persons. 50.00 if you bring your own bait.
Call for info: 330-577-6871
Walleye walk-ons are 75.00+ depending on how many can go that day and how far we have to run.
Let me know the date you would like to fish and we will match you up with a crew.
Just call and let me know what day you would like and get on the call list.
Day private Walleye trips are $475- 600.00.
Walleye, 4 persons preferred, up to 3 persons for night trips.
For night info look at the night fishing link.
Private Steelhead trips are 600.00.
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Lake Erie is the smallest of the Great Lakes in volume (119 cubic miles) and has had the greatest effects from urbanization and agriculture. Measuring 241 miles across and 57 miles from north to south, the lake's surface is just under 10,000 square miles, with 871 miles of shoreline. The average depth of Lake Erie is only about 62 feet (210 feet, maximum). It therefore warms rapidly in the spring and summer, and frequently freezes over in winter. The drainage basin covers parts of Indiana, Michigan, Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York and Ontario. Because of its fertile soils, the basin is intensively farmed and is the most densely populated of the five Great Lake basins. Lake Erie is home to one of the world's largest freshwater commercial fisheries. Once a mainstay of communities around the lake, commercial fishing is now predominantly based on the Canadian side of the lake. A much smaller fishery, largely restricted to yellow perch, is on the Ohio side. Still, the commercial fishery is the target of critics who would like to see the lake managed for the exclusive benefit of sport fishing and the various industries serving the sport fishery.
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