12-15-1999, 02:41 PM
I know Huron pier is the night bite hotspot, but are there any areas on the Westside of Cleveland worth trying, or should I stick to steelhead? I was thinking the mouth of the Rocky River, Edgewater Breakwalls, or Huntington Breakwalls. Should I dust off my rogues and husky jerks or not? Thanks in advance.
12-15-1999, 05:49 PM
I would strongly advise the night fishing in the Cleveland metro area. Walleye forage all year long in the near shore areas of Erie, although it is most pronounced in the fall when the large schools of baitfish(primarily gizzard shad and emerald shiners) seek the warmer water.
Virtually any access point has potential, particularly near rivers and harbors. Give it a try when the lake lays and the turbidity is reduced. Good luck.
12-16-1999, 01:24 PM
E 72 and Edgewater wall were good every fall and spring. This year was very bad though. There are alot of bait fish, especially E 72. The weather cooled off alot later this year then before plus the water level is lower. Huron is very bad this year also. I'm still trying E. 72 during the week, but on the weekends I go to Huron. If you go out, let me know if there's any action. This year you might be in for big surprises, it's very unpredictable.
Well, good luck.