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  1. jhl4

    Eastern Basin Lake Erie

    How is quite simple. Minnows on various perch rigs. Some prefer the crappie rig that you can get at wallmart, others direct tie hooks to a flouro leader with a palomer knot. There’s really no wrong way to do it. The best minnows are fresh lively emeralds but those are not easy to come by in the fall so whatever the bait store has or frozen emeralds will work. As far as where can be the tough part. 60-70ft between the sturgeon and the Catt is the general area. Most people find the perch by checking various waypoints that they have acquired over the years until they mark them. People without the luxury of way points usually find perch by going next to those already catching them. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
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    Eastern Basin Lake Erie

    You can catch walleye until the water gets hard. Most guys stop fishing when deer season starts or they switch to perch. Right now there are fish all over the place from sturgeon to Barcelona. Right in front of sturgeon has been hot from 60 ish to the line but easy limits are coming from any port. Sent from my iPhone using Lake Ontario United
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