Western Basin of Lake Erie

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The Western Basin of Lake Erie is the shallow flat basin that comprises the western third of the lake. Even with average depths of less than 25 feet, this part of the lake contains world famous walleye fishing grounds with numerous charter fishing boats operating out of the U.S. states of Michigan and Ohio and the Canadian province of Ontario.

Lighthouses in the Western Basin of Lake Erie[edit]

Coordinates: 41°48′N 82°24′W / 41.80°N 82.4°W / 41.80; -82.4