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Erie smallmouth this spring!

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Just say when :)

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;D ;D ;D  WOW!   ;D ;D ;D

VERY nice!

8-)

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Well I plan on it as well, but I am in the Buffalo area.

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Buffalo is ok with me to, I can be there in under 2 hours ::)

We could always meet half way, Dunkirk or Barcelona? After that we could head South and hit Chautauqua for a day.

Man, Spring needs to hurry up  ;D

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I'm shore bound but I plan on hitting Erie down at Sunset Bay breakwall and Sturgeon Point this year. Didn't get a chance last year and I only live 20 minutes away from the Lake.

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Davis

All my experience is Sandusky, Detroit River Areas, but I want to try over east too, the bassmaster event they had there this past year was sick! I'm getting a new map chip for GPS and really want to try it out up there. Maybe sometime this spring if you want to meet me a little ways, we could go out.

Caleb

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Wouldn't mind that at all. Don't have experience on the Lake while boating though. But have had some nice footballs coming out of the tributaries that flow into Erie.

Unfortunately I didn't have the camera when I caught my PB this past year so I'm stuck with a smaller smallie in my avatar. Still they are fun to catch no matter the size.

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Can't wait for spring myself. I go to Erie a bunch of times every year. I absolutely love fishing for the walleyes there! Go out a little beyond the mountain in the summer, and you might catch a steelhead or two while trolling.

As far as smallmouth fishing....what's to learn? That place is hands down, the easiest place to catch smallmouth that i know of....big ones too! Doesn't matter if it's a tube, senko, spinner, live bait, etc. You drag anything, over any type of rubble, from 15-35' of water, and you'll catch them, period.

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