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Fishing for walleyes at the east end of Lake Erie

During the summer months when the water warms to above 70 degrees the walleye move to the deeper part of the lake and suspend usually around 15 feet down from the surface.
Launch your boat at sturgeon Point go out to 50 - 60 feet deep then search till you find the school.
it may take you a couple hours to find them but you can not catch whats not there.

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