Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Fishing Improves for Local Panfish.

The cooler temperatures and more stable fronts have the fish biting pretty well. Last Friday my cousin and I caught 15 nice bluegill and 1 crappie off of the south pier. Other fisherman were doing equally well and the past couple days the fishing is improving. On Monday, there were a few fisherman catching quite a few crappies during the evening hours. I saw a gentlemen with about 15 average sized crappies.

The North Pier at Presque Isle is heating up. Yesterday, I watched a couple fisherman reeling in crappies one after another. And the best part is that they are pretty big. One fish caught was about a 12 incher. As the water temperature drops a couple of degrees, the fishing should remain good to excellent. If you are fishing the piers and not catching any fish be sure to move around and try to find a school. Some people are not catching any and 50 feet away they are killing them. Good Luck! It's time for me to go fishin'.

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