Same as last week. Weather has been nice and staple as has been fishing. Get out and enjoy.
Very warm week, so water temps not dropping. Walleyes still being caught but will get better when it cools down. Northern pike are on the fall rampage. Pull shallow cranks in 6-8 feet of water for these fish. Bass have also been active. Best method would be using spinnerbaits. Sunnies are scattered but once located are nice size.
Pretty much into consistent fall pattern. Report remains same as last week. Walleye activity improves with jig and minnows during the day. Everything gets better as water temps drop.
Northerns were active. Raps in 6-8 feet of water works best. basically, same report as last week. That is good news as walleyes continue to be caught and water temp continues to drop.
Good news! Fall walleye pattern on Waska has started. Use raps in 5-7 feet of water in the evenings. This gets you on outside edge of rushes on north side of lake. Jigs n minnows still not good choice but will be soon as water temp goes down. Sunnies are scattered. Bass and northerns are good during the day. Fall is a great time to fish!
Walleyes on Waska still not in fall patterns. Miltona has been good for walleyes. Sunnies are scattered and hard to locate. Lots of pike, but they are small. Smallies and largemouth continue to be good.
Much the same as last week. Best lake for walleyes is Miltona. Otherwise, report is same as last week.
Still much the same patterns. Bass, northerns, and sunnies still good. Starting to hear of some walleye activity, mostly after dark. Try shallow raps in 6-8 feet of water off edge of rushes. Some walletes being caught on Mary, Andrew, and Miltona.
This one is easy. This week"s report is same as last week. We are in typical summer pattern and nothing will change until water temps start going down.
Good time of summer to target norherns bass and sunfish. Northerns can be had in 6-8 feet off the edge of rushes. Use shallow running cranks and keep 2 MPH speed. Bass can be caught using spinnerbaits in 12-14 feet of water. Sunnies are being caught in 12-14 feet of water using small jigs tipped with waxworms or leeches. Walleyes are quite in all lakes.