Its March 5th and Lake Erie is still about 96% frozen. I am hoping and praying that warm spring weather hits Western NY very soon. I am told by ice fishermen that the ice is not nearly as thick as it was last year at this time, 40 plus inches in some areas. I am cautiously optimistic that we will be on the water catching big smallmouth bass but the 2nd week of May. A lot of pra… Read More
Here are some photos of some very satisfied customers with their catches on beautiful Lake Erie taken during the first half of the 2014 fishing season.
I found a great way to keep worm harnesses, neat and in order from a youtube video that showed up on my facebook page one day ( http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q4jxKapm7-A ) Tangle tamers as they are called can turn a mass of tangle lines into the neatest, most organized system you have ever seen. Watch the video and you will see for yourself and also check out Scott’s web site… Read More
In the same way, let your light shine before others,
that they may see your good deeds
and glorify your Father in heaven.
Matthew 5: 16
Working Without Words
Part One of a Two-Part Series: Jim Hanley’s Faith Story
by K.J. Houtman
Immediately the contrast was apparent. It was day one of the 1983 Bassmaster tournament on Lake Lanier outside of Atlanta, Georg… Read More
This is probably the last musky of the year for my boat. The weather doesn’t look good for the rest of the month so I guess its time to put the boat away. This 34 inch musky hit a depth raider in about 24 feet of water at 2.8 mph. My friend Mark Constantino reeled this baby in. Lake Erie and the Niagara River are amazing
A great shot of my customer, Stan Skotnicki (and Derek Bell not in pix) with a huge Lake Erie, Niagara River musky. The big girl was over 40 lbs and 52″. She hit a green “watermelon” Perch bait, trolled over 22 feet at 2.8 mph. This monster bit just as we we ready to leave to watch the Bills beat the Jersey Jets. We lost another a short time before as it bent a hook right at th… Read More
Most people think that because fall is here and winter will soon be upon us that it signals the end of fishing on Lake Erie near Buffalo NY. Nothing could be further from the truth. As the temperatures of Lake Erie begin to fall it triggers the bass to feed like crazy to build up fat for the winter and the maturation of the females eggs. Fishing many of the areas you would no… Read More