Black Creek Fishing Report near Fort Erie, Ontario
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Just started fishing here off land and in a canoe. We’ve...
by Jeff Davis
on April 10th
Just started fishing here off land and in a canoe. We’ve been catching a ton of crappies some large ones and small. We’ve also caught a decent amount of small mouth bass that were a good size but had to throw back due to the season. There’s also catfish and if you like carp the best time to head out is late evening as they tend to be very active. The carp in here like to fight so you’re in for a decent fight. You best bet though is to use a canoe and go up the river.
by Gavin Wyatt
on December 27th
Haven't fished Black Creek, usually stick to the river and lakes in the area. The Black Creek has some small brown trout or some potential bait to use in other waters. Other than that, head some where else for the bass, big lakers and rainbows and northern pike of the Fort Erie area.
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