Roses Reef Fishing Report near Fort Erie, Ontario

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Small Baits on Roses Reef

on December 27th

This is the spot off Crescent Beach I am talking about in the report when I miswrote "River", meant to type Lake. Wooops. Anyways, this is one many reefs in the area off the bays that have some great trout and rare bass passing through. If a bass is around there will usually be a pike around. Tons of potential here. Along the reefs the trout will be digesting in the moving waters and looking for smaller baits to hit on. Wouldn't use anything to large, we stick to larvae baits and fly baits when fishing the reefs. They run a medium depth and won't have to wait long before knowing if trout are in the area and are hungry. Dropped with monofil lines and skipped the wire leaders. Stuck to 25 lb test lines and had no problems.

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Species Caught: Rainbow Trout

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