CLEVELAND - Springtime on Lake Erie, and the walleyes are on the run. It is an annual rite along the North Coast, especially in the areas around the Sandusky and Maumee Rivers.
Right now, walleyes are staging just off the mouths of those two rivers. Once the water temperature rises above 42 degrees F, those fish will move into the streams to spawn. And when they do, the walleye angler pilgrimage will begin.