Lake Erie is one of the most popular of North America's Great Lakes. Mid Atlantic anglers gain access to the waterway via Pennsylvania and New York. The lake is also bordered by the state of Ohio well as Ontario Canada.
Lake Erie sustains an incredible variety of native and introduced fish species. Native species include yellow perch, walleye, lake trout, musky, northern pike, and others. The lake also sustains a wide range of introduced species such as Pacific salmon, steelhead, brown trout, and largemouth bass.