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Fishing report for 8/28/15

Same as last week. Weather was poor with rain and wind. Fall sports has started and vacations are over. Not enough reports to write much. Hopefully next week will be better.

Fishing report for 8/21/15

Walleyes are slow. Best to try after dark in 6-8 feet of water using shallow running cranks. Not a lot of reports this past week due to poor weather. Bass, northern,and panfish should be same as last week. Area lakes were very quite.

Fishing report for 8/14/15

I don't want to get this wrong like last time, but I think the walleyes have slowed up. Still using crawlers with spinners and bottom bouncers in 8-20 feet of water. Bass are also in 16 feet of water. Crawlers or deep running cranks are the best. Sunfish have also moved deeper. Try 18 feet of water and deep small cranks. Northerns are in 12 feet of water and sallow running cranks will work the best. No activity on any other area lakes.

Fishing report for 8/7/15

Was gone for much of past week. Still sounds much like past week's report.

Fishing report for 7/31/15

Still good walleye reports for Waska. Crawlers with spinners and bottom bouncer in 18-20 feet of water. Reports have Reno as slow for walleyes. Sunfish, bass, and northerns are all active on Waska.

Waska walleye update

I am sorry! Waska walleyes are still being caught with nitecrawlers on spinners in 18-20 feet of water. This has been fairly consistent. Go get them!

Fishing report for 7/24/15

Warm water temps in area lakes has slowed the walleye fishing. Walleyes still being caught, but really have to work for them. Live bait has been the best for walleyes. Pike, bass, and sunfish have been excellent and will continue to be good as we head into the dog days of summer.

Fishing report for 7/17/15

Warm weather and warm water temps have slowed the walleye fishing in all area lakes. Live bait, especially crawlers, still seems to be the best option. Bass and pike are active on all area lakes. Some really nice sunnies are being caught on Waska if you can locate them.

Fishing report for 7/10/15

Use nitecrawlers with spinners in 16-18 feet of water to catch walleyes on Waska. Reno has also been hot for walleyes using live bait. All other specirs remain the same as last week-Hot!

Fishing report for 6/26/15

This past week much the same as previous week. Walleyes are inconsistent depending on who is reporting. Other species are great on all area lakes.

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