Page 12 - Mid America Boating - July 2021 issue
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Angler’s Angles

     ]     12  Summertime                                                         spinners, and if the weather stays good,  coolers. When I fish Lake Erie in hotter than

                                                                                  they'll fill their tickets, too.  But if hot
                                                                                                                       normal temperatures I keep a careful eye on
                                                                                  weather comes, and I mean REAL:LY hot,  the weather and make trips on short notice.
            Lake Erie                                                             many fish will flee to the cooler Central  I'm looking for a day that's overcast and has
     JULY 2021     [     MID-AMERICA BOATING
                                                                                                                       enough wind to make a good "walleye
                                                                                  Basin or swim north into Canadian (again,
                                                                                  cooler) waters, and then the going will get a  chop", which is waves of at least a foot and
            fishing                                                               little tougher.                      hopefully more.  Dead flat calm days with
                                                                                   There will still be walleye, though not as  no wind or cloud can produce tough fishing,
            means                                                                 many, and fishermen will have to refine  and such days are best left to trollers who
                                                                                                                       can cover enough water to find a pod of
                                                                                  their tactics a little or even a lot to fill their
            adapting and
            refining your techniques






      By Richard Martin                     Standard Procedure, which is using a good
                                            fish locator, finding out were walleye are
        Summer on Lake Erie has become just a  holding in this deep, cool water, then send-
      little iffy these days  Many claim that it's  ing down spoons and maybe some plugs
      simply global warming, and maybe            too, commencing steady trolling
      it is.  But we've already had some            while changing colors occasional-
      very hot weather in May, and                   ly until they find the right com-
      maybe more to come as sum-                      bination and filling their limit.
      mer settles in. If it doesn't                    Usually, no problem there.
      happen, then fine.  The Big                        In the more shallow and
      Lake is scheduled to have                        highly fertile Western Basin,
      wonderful fishing in coming                      ordinary weather will see
      months with plenty of keeper                    boaters either trolling or cast-
      fish and a good opportunity to                 ing, and usually doing much the
      bag some real lunkers, too. If                same as their more eastern fel-
      that's the case, anglers in  the           lows.  The trollers will again stick to
      Central Basin will follow their usual  spoons and plugs or cast weight forward




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