Walletes on Waska after dark in 7-9 feet of water using shallow running cranks has been fairly consistent. No other lakes and no daytime activity for walleyes. Northerns and bass are active on most area lakes. Sunnies are scattered and hard to find right now.
Report very similar to last week. Bass still shallow early and going deeper during the day. Walleyes are good on Waska after dark using shallow running cranks in 6-8 feet of water.
Walleyes are still slow on all area lakes. Reno and Miltona have been the best. Walleyes on Waska have started hitting after dark with the best time from 3-6 am. Bass and sunfish still shallow on Waska. Channel cats from shore on Emily. Most area lakes now have good panfish bite.
Walleye activity on all area lakes has been slow. Bass and sunnies are great on Waska. Still hearing reports of cats and northerns from Emily. Reno and Mary have also been good for panfish.
A lot of nice size crappies being caught on Pomme de Terre. Try Emily for big northerns and catfish. Weeds are becoming a problem on Emily. Bass are going crazy on Minnewaska. They are shallow and easy to catch. Inconsistant reports of walleye being caught on Mary, Reno, Long, Emily, and Andrew. Water has warmed up as has the weather so fishing has finally gone into the summer pattern.
Same as last week. Fewer people fishing due to nasty weather. Water temps still have to warm up for better fishing results.
Water temps have finally started to rise this past week. Lake Emily has been good for channel cats and walleyes. Weeds will be a problem on Emily as water warms so go now for the walleyes. Long lake, Reno, and Mary have all been good for walleyes. Fatheads or shiner minnows have been the best bait. Sunnies and crappies still biting on Waska. Small shallow lakes will still be the best to try for walleyes.
Panfish are still biting in Starbuck marina and the Glenwood end. Crappies hitting on Reno. Water has not warmed up during past week. Live bait has been hard to get. For opener try smaller shallow lakes for walleyes.
Starbuck marina is the place to be for crappies and sunnies. Both are biting all day. A few crappies are being caught in fish hatchery bay. Reno has also been good for crappies. No other lake reports. We need warm weather for water temps to rise. Cold is also hampering leech and minnow trapping.
The Starbuck marina has been the place to be this past week. Water has warmed up and sunfish and crappies have been biting. Use small jigs and waxworms or minnows. Other spots to try would be fish hatchery bay, Pocket lake, Reno, Rachael, or Mary.