Fishing report for 10/13/17

Will add to last week’s report. Walleyes are into fall pattern on all area lakes. Starting to hear walleyes being caught at dark on Waska using raps in 7-8 feet of water. Duck hunters had better success this past week. No northern ducks yet. Very few pheasants and crops in the field will hamper the opener tomorrow.

Fishing report for 10/6/17

Water temps are below 60 degrees! Walleyes on Waska are starting to be caught with jigs and minnows or trolling with spinners and minnows. Best depth has been 15-18 feet of water. Waska sunnies are still providing the most action. Shore fishing on Emily has been good using live bait. Jigs and minnows will work for boats on Emily. Reno walleyes are being caught in 15-18 feet of water using crawlers or minnows. Walleyes will continue to bite all the way to ice up!

Fishing report for 9/15/17

The same as last week. Did get several accurate reports that Reno walleyes are very slow. Still good sunfish, bass, and northern fishing on Minnewaska. I think best time to try for walleyes om Waska would be sunset and after.

Fishing report for 9/8/17

Walleyes on area lakes are still not consistent. Catching some but no strong pattern. Sunnies on Minnewaska are great. Nice size and lots of them. Bass on Waska are in deeper water during the day. Still getting reports of walleyes being caught on Emily after dark from shore.

Fishing report for 8/25/17

Check last week’s report. Walleyes have started a fall pattern on the area lakes! Sunfish on Minnewaska are excellent with good reports from all over the lake. This is a good time of the year to catch some catfish. These fish are hard fighters and taste good when prepared properly. Try lake Emily or the small area rivers for the cats.

Fishing report for 8/18/17

The weather has been terrible this past week. Most people are catching big sunnies and lots of them on Minnewaska. Bass have gone deep with best results in 14-16 feet of water. Northerns are being caught in 8-10 feet of water using spoons. Starting to hear some walleyes being caught during the day using crawlers and spinners in 20-24 feet of water.After sunset try crankbaits in 6-8 feet of water. A few reports have walleyes being caught from shore with live bait on Emily. Also Reno has been good for walleyes. We could be going into an early fall pattern for walleyes. Good luck!