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Fishing on the up side

02-08-2015 Hits:168

Fishing on the up side

Doug and Lori Brown owners/partners at Channel Grove Marina with daughter Morgan Brown and friend Joe Strippoli caught these Walleye with Capt. Erik Bosley on Eye Hunter II.The 2015 Lake...

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Special meeting pulls 6-1 vote for ballo…

31-07-2015 Hits:381

Special meeting pulls 6-1 vote for ballot ordinance

On Thursday, July 30, Port Clinton City Council held a special meeting at 6:30 p.m. in the council chambers. The meeting was held especially for council to discuss the second...

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Catawba Peach and Wine Festival

30-07-2015 Hits:321

Catawba Peach and Wine Festival

Peach harvest from 1914.Most area residents know of the great history of peaches growing in the Catawba Island area.  Few, however, realize the importance of this particular year as it...

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Nor'easter floods Lake Erie coast

Fisherman's Wharf on the Portage River on North Madison St.

On Saturday, June 27, a nor'easter hit the area. Our readers were gracious enough to send photos of flooding, storm damage and how they dealt with the storm. Many area businesses were closed due to flooding and inclement weather.


Mayfly hatch and bass fishing season are upon us!

(RIGHT) Jerry Schlensker of Noblesville, IN. caught and released this nice Smallmouth Bass fishing on the 'Sundance' last week with Capt. Bob Brown, Jr. (LEFT) No Mayfly hatch yet to the East of Kelleys Island and some big walleye were being taken near the border NE of the island all the way to the weather buoy north of Vermilion.

Some big events are happening this week on the Lake Erie fishing scene. First of all the annual Mayfly hatch is in full swing as I write this article. This phenomenon challenges Lake Erie’s guides and regular fishermen who target walleye to find some fish that are still willing to eat our metal lures with beads and a night crawler!

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