Trolling Crank: Bandit Deep Walleye

Planer Boards: Offshore Planer Boards

Trolling Reel:    Okuma Cold Water

Trolling Rod:     Okuma Dead Eye

Fish Finder:        Lowrance Elite

Lake Erie Tributary Stream Flows

Lake Erie Tributary Stream Flows

Below is stream data in real time to help you decide where to fish for Lake Erie steelhead. This data is very helpful after a big rain to determine which rivers are going to fish first. You will want to fish mid way through the drop after a good rain. The Vermilion and Grand rivers are usually the last rivers to clear after a good rain for reference.

 

Vermilion River

  • Temperature: 57.74 ° F
  • Streamflow: 18.8 ft³/s
  • Gage height: 2.08 ft
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Black River

  • Temperature: 59.72 ° F
  • Streamflow: 38.0 ft³/s
  • Gage height: 0.99 ft
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Rocky River

  • Temperature: 56.12 ° F
  • Streamflow: 54.0 ft³/s
  • Gage height: 4.43 ft
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Chagrin River

  • Temperature: 56.12 ° F
  • Streamflow: 190 ft³/s
  • Gage height: 3.51 ft
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Grand River

  • Temperature: 57.02 ° F
  • Streamflow: 735 ft³/s
  • Gage height: 3.04 ft
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Conneaut Creek

  • Temperature: 54.5 ° F
  • Streamflow: 431 ft³/s
  • Gage height: 2.71 ft
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Walnut Creek

  • Temperature: 55.4 ° F
  • Streamflow: 22.7 ft³/s
  • Gage height: 3.21 ft
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