Cassaday Reef Fishing Report near Fort Erie, Ontario

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Cassaday Reed

on December 28th

Beautiful reef to fish, gets a little hectic and hard to navigate the shallow waters but if you anchor off outside the reed you're able to set some long casts and hit the surface for some rainbows and steelheads. We'd anchor about 8 feet from the reef and throw out some top water fly baits. Used some power bait salmon eggs, flies, gulp! salmon eggs, egg lug, and a few minnows. The minnows didn't see much action but the fly baits got some hits. Used a sienna spin reel which was smooth and lightweight, it was nicely compatible with my tigerlite rod so the two are inseparatable. Good luck on the reef and to hook some walleye around here find the drop offs to about 12 metres.

Location Details
Species Caught: Rainbow Trout
Gear Used
Gulp! Trout Dough

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