Posts Tagged ‘ohio’

Ohio’s Lake Erie fish report July 25-29

Going fishing this weekend? Here’s your Lake Erie fishing report. Rock bass, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, white bass, northern pike, catfish, freshwater drum and sunfish species can all be caught along the Cleveland shoreline of Lake Erie on offerings such as tube jigs and live minnows, says Mike Durkalec, aquatic biologist for the Cleveland Metroparks.…

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Propellers rule on Lake Erie: Who boats on Lake Erie?

Sailboats make up 2 percent of the boats registered on Lake Erie. Or at least 2 percent of all registered boats say the propulsion type is sail. Perhaps some of them are registered as propeller, since they have an engine to putter out of the marina and back again? RocktheLake analyzed Ohio Department of Natural…

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Lots of rain: Ohio’s Lake Erie marine forecast July 19-22

If you want to get out on the water this weekend, you’re going to have to dodge the rain. Waves look calm, and there’s plenty of wind for sailing, but rain mars much of the forecast, starting with thunderstorms Friday night. Here’s the outlook from the National Weather Service. Thursday Sunny Wind: East Northeast 6…

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Ohio Lake Erie fishing report July 18-22

Going fishing this weekend? The walleye in the Ohio waters of Lake Erie are still biting strong! The Lake Erie water temperature is 78 off Toledo and 73 off Cleveland according to the nearshore marine forecast. Here’s what to fish for where, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources. Western Basin Walleye  Where: Fishing…

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A look at the average Lake Erie boat: Who boats on Lake Erie?

The longest boat registered on Lake Erie is 87 feet. The average of the nearly 59,000 boats, though, is 19 feet 3 inches – pretty small to handle Lake Erie’s notorious chop. Then again, that includes kayaks. RocktheLake analyzed Ohio Department of Natural Resources data with cleveland.com’s data analysis expert Rich Exner. Here’s what he…

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