|Fishermen crowd the Lake Erie piers and breakwalls after the sun goes down at this time of year, lured by the excellent walleye fishing they can often find from MichiganÂ to the Bass Islands, Cleveland and beyond.
Anglers don’t need a boat or expensive fishing gear. A spinning rod and reel, a few lures, a long-handled net and a lantern will suffice. Waterproof thermal wear and warm boots and gloves are also critical, now that cool fallÂ weather has arrived.
One of the favorite night lures are the Bomber Long A’s shallow and deep divers.
We are fully stocked with all your favorite colors and a few new ones offered this year. We also have Husky jerks, Smithwicks and Walleye bandits.
The Huron Pier is a premier location for bagging a limit of trophy walleye, some venture toÂ Â the Lakeside Pier on the Marblehead Peninsula or the docks and piers around Kelleys Island and the Bass Islands. Â Luna pier in Michigan is a great spot as well. Walleye congregate in these areas from late fall through the spring spawning season on the Western Basin reefs and in the Sandusky and Maumee rivers.
Have Fun Be safe and Good Luck Fishing