Park Schafer

Walleye fishing has been a challenge for many anglers, especially for those of us who drift, during the month of May. Warm weather with very little wind has created difficult times for many. However, the catch rate is on the upswing. Walleyes are starting to school up in the open waters and are starting to make there moves throughout the lake.

Many of the better catches thus far have been off and around the reef and shoal areas of the Western Basin, and around Kelleys Island.

In spite of the slow start we are anticipating an excellent season for both walleye and yellow perch. Now is the time to book that charter trip or to bring your boat to Lake Erie for some of the finest walleye and perch fishing in the country.

Fish Species: Walleye - Perch
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Park Schafer

About The Author: Park Schafer

Company: Lake Erie Fishing Charter - Capt.Park

Area Reporting: Lake Erie

Bio: Lake Erie Fishing Charters specializes in walleye, perch, and bass fishing for parties up to six adults and/or children. This is an excellent way to experience a wonderful day on Lake Erie fishing with friends or family. Children are welcome and will be spoiled with attention.

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