Walleye activity on area lakes has been improved. Still inconsistent but better. Jigs and minnows or jigging raps have been best. Best time has been at dark in 6-8 feet of water using cranks. Bass and sunfish continue to be your best options.
Walleye fishing continues to be slow on area lakes. Best time would be after dark in 6-8 feet of water trolling shallow running crankbaits. Bass and sunnies still providing lots of fun on Waska. Early goose season was slow.
Anglers can expect to have great sunnie, largemouth and smallmouth fishing on Waska this Labor Day weekend. Walleyes are starting to be caught on Reno and Waska after dark. Walleye fishing will continue to improve as water temps cool off.
Everything is biting on area lakes except walleyes and this has been the pattern for the past few weeks. Sunnie fishing on Waska continues to be amazing. Smallie and largemouth bass has been good on Waska. Starting to hear some walleyes being caught after dark on Waska,Reno, and Miltona.
Pretty much the same as last few weeks. Sunnies on Waska continue to be good in size and numbers. Bass and northerns are active on area lakes. Waska is kicking out some big smallies and largemouths. Walleyes still slow with no consistancy.
Report is exactly the same as last week. Fishermen continue to be impressed with Waska sunnies- size and numbers. Walleyes slow on all area lakes. Dog days are here. Fish for what is biting and you will have fun!
Crappie and sunnies have been great on Waska this past week. Seems like they are all over the lake in 12 feet of water. Panfish on most area lakes has been good. Bass and northern fishing on Waska has also been good. Not much to report for walleyes on the area lakes.
The sunfish are still excellent on Waska. Worms or leeches with small jigs in 12 feet of water will be the best. Crappies hitting on Glenwood end of Waska. Bass and northerns all over Waska. Did not hear much for walleyes this past week.
Stormy unstable weather this past week has not slowed consistent walleye fishing on Waska, Reno, and Miltona. Northerns have been active on Waska and other area lakes. The big story is the tremendous sunnie and crappie fishing on Waska. Haven’t seen this great fishing in years.
Pretty consistent walleye bite on Waska using crawlers or leeches with spinners in 20-22 feet of water. Same method is working on Reno. Just stay deep! Still hearing about Miltona walleyes. Sunfish have been great on Waska or Reno. Bass on Waska are shallow early in morning and move deeper during the day.