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Saturday June 16, 2007, fished the Edgewater tournament on Russ's team - Steel-n-eyes. Fished between Grand River and Eastlake power plant in 55 to 63 fow. The big walleyes were there the day before but not so on Saturday, we only managed two decent size eyes with plenty of smaller ones. The three steelheads we hooked got off. Best programs were Renosky deep divers (big fish) 75' back, jets 20, 30, 40 50' back, big dipseys 60' to 80' # 2 setting. Real beautiful day on the lake and had a great day fishing with Russ. Dave and Brad. Nice size walleyes and steelhead are found in 68 to 70 fow north of Cleveland.

Friday June 15, 2007, fished out of Avon again. Before noon, fished just west of Avon, 10 to 45 fow. Got one bigger walleye and a few smaller ones. Lots of junk fish and small mouth bass. Renosky deep divers pulled fish 40' of the big boards.Afternoon fished west of Vermilion around the 30;14 line. Allot of fish there. Renoskys deep divers 100' back and 40 jets 50' back did very, very well. Nice size walleyes and one steelhead. Cleveland area is still holding allot of walleyes.

Thursday June 14, 2007, fished out of Avon all the way to Vermilion. Trolled in 50 to 35 fow. Caught most fish on the Renosky deep diver 75' to 150' off the big boards. 1.5 to 2.4 mph, GPS. All colors took turns catching, depending on the time of day.

Wednesday June 13, 2007, fished out of Edgewater from 4:00pm to 9:00pm. Best area was W-SW of the Crib from 40 to 50 fow and towards the Gold Coast. The deep diver Renoskys took off right off the bet at 75' off the big boards, we had four fish on them before we even set all the Renoskys out. The 40 jets 50' off the boards also did real well. GPS speed 2.3 to 2.6 mph. The walleyes seem to still hang in fairly close, with good numbers below 50 fow to as shallow as 20 fow. We ended up with our limit of 30 fish, with some nice size ones.

Monday June 11,2007. Over the weekend the walleye fishing went well.Saturday morning fished just south east of the crib in 40 to 50 fow. Boated 16 and lost about eight. Renosky deep divers 75' off the big boards and # 40 jets 50' off the big boards. 2.0 to 3.5 mph GPS.Saturday afternoon, went to the morning spot, but the fish moved. We found them south west of the crib 46 to 50 fow. The presentation also changed, what worked was the Renosky deep divers 100' off the big boards and the # 40 jets 75' off the boards, same speed. Boated 17 walleyes.Sunday evening went out with Lisa, owner of Frank's bait shop on Berea Rd. and Madison. Found the walleyes west of the crib in 50+ fow. Renosky deep divers 75' back and # 40 jets 30' off the big boards, From about 8;00 pm to dark we boated 13 walleyes, then they shut down. Lisa also runs the concession stand at Edgewater Park in front of the fishing pier. Besides all your tackle needs, they also provide a variety of food and snacks. They open at 7:00 am and they provide everything needed for a fishing trip. Yes, they also have the Renosky Lures.Shines and Erie Outfitters also got a fresh supply of Renosky Deep Divers!

Tight Lines!

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Thanks Fish-Crazy for Sharing the Information with us. There is a pack of Perch boats in Front of Headland Beach. No one is catching any though:)
 
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