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2018/06/19 14:16:34 (permalink)

Erie Tributaries

Heading to Erie this weekend with my sons and was wondering if anyone could share some favorite spots on tributaries and what baits are working this time of year
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Re: Erie Tributaries 2018/06/19 15:14:40 (permalink)
Not sure if they are still there, but Elk was full of smallmouths 4 weeks ago.  Just about every deeper hole.  If I were to pick one spot, I'd say the trestle or Legion
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Re: Erie Tributaries 2018/06/19 15:34:46 (permalink)
Thank you Crawlerman2
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Re: Erie Tributaries 2018/06/19 15:51:14 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby crappiefisher 2018/06/19 23:00:16
Check the Erie Times fishing report on Friday morning.  They usually give pretty up to date info on fishing all around Erie, including the tribs even in the spring and summer.    
 
www.goerie.com/sports/outdoors will get you to the page with the fishing reports.  
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Re: Erie Tributaries 2018/06/20 08:20:57 (permalink)
I week ago I saw some in walnut just had no gear to fish for them.
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Re: Erie Tributaries 2018/06/21 07:10:16 (permalink)
Fish in the Bay. The criks are all but dried up.
 
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Re: Erie Tributaries 2018/06/21 12:41:00 (permalink)
Elk and Walnut probably have a few Smallies left. The closer you are to the lake the more success you’ll find, this time of year.
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Re: Erie Tributaries 2018/06/21 13:49:43 (permalink)
Going to try Misery Bay and Horseshoe Pond - any input on baits ?
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Re: Erie Tributaries 2018/06/21 15:20:00 (permalink)
Worms, Minnows, Blue Powerbait & Yellow Rope
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Re: Erie Tributaries 2018/06/22 11:40:37 (permalink)
rent a kayak and go fish the lagoon.  lots of weeds holding bass.  Frogs work great on the weeds, senko worms on the edges.
 
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