Grand Lake St. Marys Fishing Report

  • Great fall season. Waiting for good ice. Back in January.

  • Grand Lake Bait & Tackle reports fishing is starting to transition as the average air and water temperatures drop. According to reports, experienced fishermen are catching fish along the rocky shorelines picking up mostly crappies and an occasional keeper bluegill. Minnows are popular. The morning and even bites are producing more fish, but good fishermen . . read more

  • St. Marys Fishing Report—07-03-19

    According to Grand Lake Bait and Tackle, the recent heat wave has thrown GLSM into an early summer pattern. A few crappies are being caught during the early morning and evening bites. A serious fishermen are switching to summer tactics which include shooting pontoons and spider rigging, trolling, or drifting in deeper water. Crappie fishing . . read more

  • St. Marys Fishing Report—06-03-19

    According to Grand Lake Bait and Tackle, fishermen are hunting for keeper crappies but the unusual rain and weather has caused problems for fishermen all season. Currently, according to reports, the crappies are spawning and many are being found along the rocks and close to shore. Numerous keeper bluegills are also being caught. Again, most . . read more

  • St. Marys Fishing Report—05-13-19

    Fishermen are hunting for keeper crappies but continuous rain and muddy water has shut things down. The ground is saturated, and any rain causes the feeder creeks to run. An unusual amount of silt and debris has washed into the lake. Boaters should run with caution. According to Grand Lake Bait and Tackle, fishing activity . . read more

  • St. Marys Fishing Report—04-29-19

    Fishermen were hunting for and catching keeper crappies until the weather shut things down. Currently the water is high and muddy. Eight inches of rain in one week caused extreme flooding. The ground is saturated, and any rain can cause the feeder creeks to run. An unusual amount of silt and debris was washed into . . read more

  • St. Marys Fishing Report—04-02-19

    Open water arrived by March 15 and fishermen were hunting for and catching keeper crappies. Currently the water is high and muddy, but conditions should improve daily with warmer temperatures predicted for the weekend. The ground is saturated, and any rain can cause the feeder creeks to run. Unsettled weather can create problems for the . . read more