Some days are not made for steelhead fishing, some days work gets in the way, and some days you just feel like kicking-back by putting life on pause. 

Today's weather, your work schedule or whatever makes watching some slideshows a better option.

The plan to develop title categories in which to place slides became cumbersome when a review of several thousand slides was the task. Scenery seemed easy, winter season is another slam dunk and anglers holding fish easy too.  This is a work in progress so expect more listings each day until we run out of images. Hover your cursor on a slide to pause the show for a better look and when you move it off the show continues.


The following articles cover a number of topics that are of interest to anglers. You can use the search function to target your information request.  Comments or questions that relate to what you read here should be emailed to

When it comes to steelhead fishing, nothing is more valuable than experience. The more you fish Lake Erie tributaries, the more successful you become. The advice content shared here provides helpful information for beginners and experienced steelhead anglers. Questions or comments about the following advice should be emailed to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

These blog posts are designed to help you catch steelhead or at least, learn how to do so.  Some were first written as a "fishing report" about a specific day so they now serve to inform anglers about techniques and baits that worked on a past trip. 

We all benefit from the experience of others so share your thoughts with FSA, and we will share that information on this page – send photos, reports or thoughts to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.