Fishing Report for December 10th, 2021by Capt Juls on 12/10/21
Just a quick update on the walleye fishing in December, here on Lake Erie's Western Basin...:)
The fish are still stacked up from Cleveland to Huron, and are slowly making their way west.
Cedar Point, and north, to Kelly Island Shoal, is holding good numbers of fish right now too.
The Bass Islands are a little slower, but should start getting more active as the water temps cool even more. There were a lot of fish on the north side of Kelly's just last week.
The water temp this morning, on the south side of South Bass Island was, 38.4 degrees.
There are reports of nice sized fish being caught out of the Michigan waters of Lake Erie right now too.
The usual programs I've written about all season are still working.
Speeds are being reported anywhere from 1.3mph to 2.2mph, with 1.8-1.9 being reported the most.
December's forecast is calling for a warmer than usual month, so there might still be days you can get out. Most docks have been pulled from the launches, but there are still courtesy docks that can be used, to help you launch and load.
Good luck, if you get to get out there before Christmas....maybe I'll see you out there! Ho! Ho! Ho!
If I don't....have a wonderful Christmas, or whatever holiday traditions you follow, and I'll see you next "year"!