Port Bruce

smokerman

Active Member
Thinking of launching from Port Bruce. Is it as busy as Burwell? How about bait? Thanks ahead of time.
 

fishin fool

Well-Known Member
there are a couple of places to buy bait , Rush Creek Line Bait and Tackle 519-773-3007,don't remeber the name of the other place but it is on the main road to the beach just past the bridge on the right hand side ,just watch for the bait sign in the driveway ,Havn;t fished either place yet this year but from all reports they are starting to bite ,just look for other boats ,and that will be a good place to start ,have fun

John R
 

Chromeseeker

Well-Known Member
Don't even think of going there. Launch at North Erie Marina and buy your bait right there at dockside. At 5 bucks a scoop you can't go wrong and Greg is quick to give the dope on where they're biting as well as helping with the boat in the launch.
 

FRANKIE

Well-Known Member
quote:
Originally posted by Chromeseeker

Don't even think of going there. Launch at North Erie Marina and buy your bait right there at dockside. At 5 bucks a scoop you can't go wrong and Greg is quick to give the dope on where they're biting as well as helping with the boat in the launch.







How far of a run is it, on average, to the perching grounds?

Thanks,
 

NorthErieMarina

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Hi Smokerman

Come see us in Port Bruce NORTH ERIE MARINA we have great customer service, we help you in and out, and sell bait right here on the launch.
Minnows are only $5 a scoop and you get approx. 30-40 a scoop. We are the closest marina to the lake. Call us if you have any questions 519-765-2010. We are open around the clock. Hope to see you soon!

Greg & Sam @
North Erie Marina
 

kegman

Well-Known Member
Its a longer run down the creek them to the perching grounds usually. I was out on sunday it was extremely slow but last week was killer. Alot of people seem to be fishing the mud line

A bad days fishing better than good days work.
 
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