Lake Erie Big Bass Fishing

Lake Erie Big Bass Fishing

Have you ever wondered “Where the best summer smallmouth bass fishing?” Lake Erie is by far one of the strongest summer smallmouth bass fisheries. All summer long our local experts have been putting our clients and families on fish of a lifetime. Lake Erie Big Bass Fishing is the perfect outdoor activity when visiting Erie, Pennsylvania.

Big Bass roam the waters of Lake Erie. Smallmouth bass are a hard-fighting species that are best caught in the summer time. Capt Mark Rose knows where and how to catch them during these warm summer months. Whether you are traveling from Pennsylvania or out of state, Erie is a beautiful fishing destination. Presque Isle Bay is a must-see!

Chris and Tony were traveling from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania looking to catch up some Lake Erie Smallmouth. It was their first time fishing with us here at Bass Online. Captain Mark Rose was going to put them on some quality bass. Conditions were just right for a great morning of fishing.

The main lake was the area that fished the best. Water temperatures were holding at 68 degrees. Most of the bass came on fishing tubes, jerk baits and drop shots. If you focus on the Hammermill Plant through Shades beach you will be able to find some quality bass.

Chris and Tony caught two of their personal best bass when Bass Fishing Lake Erie. Chris caught a 5.5 pounder and Tony landed a 4 pounder. There is nothing like catching big bass and big numbers with 45 smallmouth in the boat. They had a fantastic time fishing on Lake Erie and are looking forward to coming back and doing it again!

It was not long after this great day on the water that John and Bruce adventured out with Captain Mark. They were traveling from Cincinnati, Ohio wanting to get out on the great Lake Erie. It was an eventful 6 hour fishing trip with lots of quality bass in the boat.

Slightly windy and overcast conditions promoted an excellent bite. John and Bruce fished the main lake from the Hammermill Plant to Shades Beach. The most effective baits were senkos, tubes, drop shots, spinner baits, jerk baits and galidas grubs. Water temperatures varied from 62-67 degrees. These gentlemen boated 60 bass in those 6 hours making for another great day on the water.

Captain Mark is looking forward to helping them get their next fix on Lake Erie next time visiting!

Shortly after this fishing trip, Travis and Brandon adventured out on Lake Erie. The weather was not cooperating and they asked Captain Mark if they should cancel but he advised that it would settle and they were going to catch them up. They were traveling from Ohio looking for some big smallmouth bass and they got what they were coming for.

Travis and Brandon boated over 70 smallmouth with 3 over 5 pounds. It was another trip with 2 personal best bass. The action is hot and heavy and is only going to get better as the summer rolls on. They threw everything from jerk baits, tubes, and drop shots while fishing the main lake again. Water temperatures were holding in the 65-67 degree range which helped promote an excellent bite.

Lake Erie is one of the best Smallmouth Bass fisheries in the nation. You truly can’t beat the action here. If you are looking for monster or your next personal best, you have to travel to Erie, Pennsylvania. Summer months are the perfect time to take your family on vacation and sneak away and get out on the water for some Lake Erie Big Bass Fishing. We look forward to seeing you on the water next time!

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Capt. Mark Rose hometown is Pittsburgh PA. Mark has been fishing Lake Erie and Lake Okeechobee since 1999. He fishes Lake Erie in the spring for smallmouth. He runs a detail shop in his hometown during the summer, spring and fall and heads to Florida during the winter months to do what he loves, guide on Lake Okeechobee.