||Luke Rozman | Posted: January 7, 2003
Euclid creek offers decent to good fishing for many species. In the fall and winter, your best bet would be steelhead. In early fall, fishing the breakwall of Lake erie right by the mouth of the creek with a spinner or spoon will work well. Rooster tails and Little Cleos are good choices. As the temperature begins to drop, jigs tipped with maggots or spawn sack on the bottom in Euclid Creek work well. In the spring through the fall, you can catch many species fishing from any of the 3 brakwalls. White Bass, Sheephead and perch can be active and worms or minnows usually work best. A well stocked bait and tackle shop is on the premises and can also offer valuable fishing information for the day. A Ohio fishing liscence is required to fish in lake Erie and its tributaries.