Walleye activity on Waska remains shallow. Use shallow running cranks or jigs and shiners. Northerns are pesky and not much size to them. Bass and sunfish have started moving towards Glenwood end for the fall and winter. Nothing to report from Reno or other lakes.
After Labor Day blahs with not a lot of activity this past week. Looking forward to water cooling off and fall pattern of jigs and minnows beginning for walleyes. Other method will be shallow running cranks for the walleyes. Still lots of northern, bass, and sunnies being caught on Waska. No reports this week from area lakes.
Labor day- hard to believe summer went by so fast. This past week has seen fewer fisherman because vacations are over and fall HS sports have started. Waska has still been consistant for all species of fish. Water temp still too warm to try jigs and minnows for walleyes.
Same as last week which is pretty amazing! This has been one of the best fishing summers I can remember in years.
Walleyes are still being caught on Waska in 6-8 feet of water using shallow cranks. Best time has been early morning and evenings. Bass and northerns are active during the day. Sunnies are good if you can locate them. Walleyes have slowed up on Reno and Miltona. Best lake in area right now is Waska!
Much the same as last week which is amazing! Best fishing summer in years. As I said, patterns are the same as last week. Go have fun!
Walleyes still active on Miltona, Reno, and Waska. Amazing with hot water temps! Waska has been best in the evenings pulling shallow cranks. Bass and northerns can be had with ease on Waska. Sunfish still hard to locate, but once found are nice size. This has been one of the best fishing summers we have had in many years!
Dog days of summer coming up. On Waska, northerns are plentiful but you will have to sort them. Large and smallmouth bass are also being caught. Sunnies are still hard to find. Area walleye activity has really slowed down.
Walleyes continue to highlight report in spite of warm weather. Waska, Reno, and Miltona have been the best. Jigs and nitecrawlers in 12-20 feet of water has worked on Miltona. Use leeches and spinners in 12-15 feet of water on Reno. Leeches or crawlers have been working on Waska in 10-14 feet of water. Bass, northerns, and sunfish are all being caught on Waska. Been excellent and should continue!
Very much the same as last week. Weather remains hot. Sunfish on Waska have been easier to find and size and numbers have been good.