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Trophy Bass Season


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MAY TO THE THIRD SATURDAY IN JUNE IS TROPHY BASS SEASON ON LAKE ERIE. BOOK NOW AND CATCH A TROPHY!

In the May 2014 issue of BASSMASTER Magazine the eastern basin of Lake Erie near Buffalo, NY was rated as the 3rd best bass fishery ON THE PLANET! 

May is trophy smallmouth bass season on Lake Erie. The weather is cool and comfortable, but the action is HOT! The big bass are up near shore staging for the annual spawning rituals. This is the time to be on the water to catch a bass of a lifetime! Take advantage of the opportunity that comes around for one short month each year. I have Carbon X casting rods equipped with Abu Garcia reels, of course you can bring your own tackle if you prefer. I use mostly artificial baits (spinner baits, jerk baits, or tube jigs). We fish around spawning flats, the harbor walls and some "secret spots". Make a deposit now to secure your date, the balance is due the day we go fishing. If you have questions or just want to talk about fishing Call Capt Tom at 716-997-6919.




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Trophy Bass season is for the more serious angler, you will be casting, covering water and structure. I limit the groups to three anglers for my boat. Cost for one half day (4 hrs) is $225, $50 each additional person; full day (7 hrs) is $275, $75 each additional person. The state regulations allow each angler to keep only one bass 20 inches or longer. Most customers photograph, measure the trophy bass for replica mounts and release it to continue to grow. The trophy season by regulation runs from May 3rd to June 20th the peak fishing is somewhere in the middle depending on water temperature. Please like this page!