Early Fall Moves Steelhead Into Lake Erie Tributaries

September 17, 2006 By: Marshall Cutchin

“Try stripping wooly buggers and streamers across pools and runs, or, if you can find a larger pool or run that’s open, swing a soft hackle fly or a spey fly down and across the current flow. In late fall and early winter, when fish are less active, you can turn to dead drift presentations exclusively.” Guide John Nagy gives advice for those tapping into the unusually early steelhead runs out of Lake Erie. Article by Deborah Weisberg in the Pttsburgh Post-Gazette.