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Thanks Brandon- been doing the walleye most of the summer- it’s good to be back where I belong with screaming drags. I couldn’t put another walleye in my freezer or all the old timers freezers I try to fill for them. The walleye numbers in Erie is astonishing!! It will be salmon full time now until seasons end


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On 8/6/2018 at 2:58 PM, battlehammer said:

Thanks Brandon- been doing the walleye most of the summer- it’s good to be back where I belong with screaming drags. I couldn’t put another walleye in my freezer or all the old timers freezers I try to fill for them. The walleye numbers in Erie is astonishing!! It will be salmon full time now until seasons end


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Not to hijack a thread...
My wife and I are well-seasoned Lake Erie walleye anglers (we dock in Vermilion Ohio) and hope to enjoy some successful fishing in Ontario....We have chartered out of Olcott several times/years (learning as much as possible) and are bringing our 25' Sea Ray for the first time 8/18 through 8/31... staying at Four Mile and likely launching out of Wilson.

We are pretty well geared and have added a fish hawk/electric riggers/etc..... Mind a couple of questions?

I'm assuming you are referring to 375-420FOW? How far offshore or ballpark coordinates?

Is there a VHF channel that locals use out of that area for chatter/reports?

Anything/anywhere to target or avoid in particular in the area?

I haven't brought up our Lowrance/Navonics charts yet to study.... :-(

just looking for some hints/pointers/suggestions....

Thanks!

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Hell- no problem
yes that is depth I’m talking about- my boat is in Wilson so I can’t give you coordinates until the weekend. I’m guessing around 12 Miles

Channel 68 and 72

Nothing to avoid that far offshore except freighters

Feel free to shoot me a PM while in town. By the end of your trip there should be some inshore staging kings. The offshore bite will continue to the end of the season- good luck and safe travels


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