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    Default recent walleye action

    Pretty much a slam dunk this weekend. Trolled on Saturday and Sunday with fast results. I took 36 walleye each day. Saturday was done by 11:30 and Sunday I finished up with 36 just before 1pm. Western basin fish are all over the place, high low, holding on all different structure and some areas of the flats.
    This coming Sunday is open for a group. Trolling if its calm.
    Capt. Greg Hoyt
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    Default Saturdays pic

    Saturday July 14th limits for 5 customers and myself.
    Capt. Greg Hoyt
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    Default Weekend

    Friday's charter was a bust because of high NE winds. Nobody got out of course. I got the guys out on day 2 of the yearly trek but the not too much happened with the drifting they like to do. After 4 hours of drifting and a handful of fish in the cooler, I talked them into trolling for the first time. Ended up with 26 walleye and the biggest was about 25". Threw a handful back for shorties. Several nice size fish came on dipseys with some old favorites from 20 yr ago. Most of the fish came low in the water column but marked alot of fish high up around 8-10 ft. Coppers and bright colors mostly. Lot of hungry fish out there but they want the speed right now. Today I fished Canadian waters, hit the rocks and shelves looking for some big ones to play with. Found some nice fat ones, just not long enough for the wall yet. The walleye are eating good as they are spitting up baitfish in the cooler for the last few weeks.
    This coming Sunday is open for a regular charter, Ohio waters and probably trolling 10-15 miles out. Perch season for me is just around the corner. Some dates available as the bite is and has been pretty good. My neighbors were 8 short of their limit for 5 guys and 4-5 hours on Saturday.
    Capt. Greg Hoyt
    419-890-2555 cell #
    Fenwick Marina
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    Default Saturday

    Day after the NE wind still proved to be a decent day.
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    Capt. Greg Hoyt
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    Default 2nd pic from 14th-15th weekend

    Larry and Bob group from Cinci group went home happy.
    2 days of trolling proved to be a success for a new group.
    Capt. Greg Hoyt
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    2nd attempt at the pic form Sunday 15th of 2 day trip
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    Default Labor Day weekend

    Drifting and trolling both produced all weekend.
    Took 30 walleye Saturday drifting in the morning for 4 hours and trolling the other 4 hours.16-25 inch fish and a few throw backs.
    Sunday was a combo of morning smallmouth bass and then some walleye the 2nd half of the day. Not much action on the bass as for clear water around the reefs and basically everywhere we fished. Took another 30 walleye from 11:30 and 3:30 trolling . Didnt really matter the where I was just get the lures to the right depth get the speed right then grab the net. 40 jets, dipseys and crankbaits all took fish equally. Good weekend for being on the edge of the hurricane coming through the state.
    Perch fishing was decent in a couple spots but bait was an issue again. Clouds and full moon still didnt let them get good shiners.
    Capt. Greg Hoyt
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    Default more walleye action

    Boat #2 took a fast limit of eyes Thursday morning the 13th of Sept.
    Same place we have gone for 3 months.
    Boat #1 doing a perch trip Sat. the 15th, full boat, looking to fill our cooler with the tasty ones. Group of veteran perch jerkers tomorrow along with myself.
    Sunday the 23rd available for a perch day. Call soon.
    Capt. Greg Hoyt
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    Depending on the crew and the mood of the fish on your spot determines your take for the day. Saturday we handled probably 200 perch of size range from 4 to 11 inches. 4 spots and a bite that was odd to figure out. The afternoon bite picked up just in time for the guys to say they need to get in for the 3 hour ride home. Sundays bite was good also with decent quality. The size is good if you sort thru them. Coolers of 8 to 11 inch are good if you work for them. A good bite and good size over to the east edge of the islands has been good also. Ashtabula perch a nice size and quick limits also. If you get a good spot by yourself and you have the right touch you can get a nice box of fish. A friend had takes of 47 pounds on 90 fish and 60 lb on 6 man limit. 16 lb on 30 fish for Chuck in the perch tourney recently. Ohio waters producing well in some of my old classic spots I have fished for many years. Perch trips available for the islands areas and the western basin around the reefs. 30 ft Sportcrafts for 6 ppl and even a 22ft CC for up to 3ppl. Dates are limited. Walleye have slowed the last several days for unstable air moving and cool air. Reports of less than 6 eyes for the day for the crews. Perch is the way to go if you can get out on the water.
    Capt. Greg Hoyt
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    Default near shore

    Had a call yesterday from a guy from Idaho. He wanted to go out trolling for walleye this week. I guess its too bad we pulled the boats a month ago otherwise it could have been a good trip. Recent action trolling has been decent but I think most ppl are deer hunting due to good weather. The river may be my option this week or the old Huron pier during late nights under a cloudy night. Erie shoreline water clearity looks good most areas for nearshore perch fishing or late trolling, if your boat is not in storage like mine. Good luck.
    Capt. Greg Hoyt
    419-890-2555 cell #
    Fenwick Marina
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