On Saturday, May 20th, the Lake Erie Walleye Trail was at Huron to host its first ever Pro-Am event. A field of 80 LEWT teams had the opportunity to opt-in and take a registered co-angler out and show them the ropes. 40+ “Amateur” anglers from Michigan, Pennsylvania, Illinois, Indiana and Canada all registered, eager to experience what a LEWT event is all about.

It was only a matter of time before Mother Nature began throwing us curve balls with unstable weather and irritable walleye. The walleye on a post-spawn feed pattern left them scattered and hard to find. Anglers struggled to say the least, trying to find a consistent bite while pre-fishing during the week. Anglers searched from the islands to Fairport Harbor in search of that big fish bite. Some of the normal watering holes were still giving up fish, but not in the quantities a tourney angler is looking for – causing anglers to broaden the search.

Click here to read the full recap on Lake Erie Walleye Trail site…

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