September Lake Erie Bass Fishing
Late summer months bring about one of the best times to come Lake Erie Bass Fishing. When the cooler weather begins to roll in is when the bite begins to turn on. September Lake Erie Bass Fishing is all you need to get you on that fish of a lifetime. Presque Isle Bay is a hot spot for productive and great bass fishing.
In order to find the greatest success while fishing on Lake Erie, you have to get out with a local expert. They spend hours of their time and days determining and figuring out the patterns necessary to boat great numbers of fish. You never know when that bite is going to come so be ready and enjoy some time out on the water.
Capt Mark Rose is a very knowledgeable guide on Lake Erie. Spending his summer months in Pennsylvania in his hometown near Lake Erie provided him access like no other. When you step on board Captain Mark’s boat, you are destine to have a great time with your family or loved ones.
Matt and his son adventured out Bass Fishing Lake Erie with Captain Mark. Their main focus was to land several quality smallmouth bass. One of the great things about this fishing trip was that they got to see different parts of Lake Erie. They traveled 11 miles northeast of Presque Isle Bay where the bass were biting.
It wasn’t long after pulling up to the spot that we started landing fish. Matt and his son caught some nice smallmouth bass. Most of the bass were in the range of 3-4 pounds. Matt’s son caught one of the biggest weighing up to 4 pounds. All the bass were caught on artificial baits on this fishing charter. The bass were on the bottom and ate mainly drop shots and ned rigs. These late summer months called for dark baits in around 15-22 feet of water.
Matt and his son are looking forward to coming back and getting hooked up on another smallmouth bass fishing adventure. They had a great time with Captain Mark Rose. You can’t beat the upcoming months and the chance to catch some quality smallmouth bass.
Don’t miss out on your Lake Erie Smallmouth Bass Fishing next time you are visiting Erie. You can most certainly catch that bass of your dreams while fishing this great lake. There is so much to offer especially when the weather begins to cool down. The bite is about to get even better!
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.