Lake Erie

Buffalo, New York

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The fourth largest Great Lake and the eleventh largest freshwater body in the world, Lake Erie is relatively shallow, averaging about 60 feet deep. Lacking the great depths of its sister lakes makes it one of the most productive warm-water fisheries on the planet, all 9,910 square miles of it. Key species: Muskellunge, smallmouth bass, walleye, steelhead, channel catfish, and yellow perch

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"The fourth largest Great Lake and the eleventh largest freshwater body in the world, Lake Erie is relatively shallow, averaging about 60 feet deep.

Lacking the great depths of its sister lakes makes it one of the most productive warm-water fisheries on the planet, all 9,910 square miles of it. Key species: Muskellunge, smallmouth bass, walleye, steelhead, channel catfish, and yellow perch"

Activity Type: Fishing
Nearby City: Buffalo
Driving Directions: Directions to Lake Erie

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May 2018