Consistent walleye fishing still has not happened on area lakes. Best bets would be Waska, Reno, Mary, and Miltona. Waska is still hot for bass, northerns and sunnies. There has not been a lot of people fishing so it is hard to get an accurate report.
We are in the fall fishing mode. Water temps continue to go down. Walleye activity is slowly picking up. Bass, northerns, and sunnies still providing most of the activity on the area lakes.
The same as last week. Water temps are cooling down so expect to hear some walleye activity this weekend. Waska is still hot for bass and sunnies during the day. Not much else this past week.
The last two weeks we hit the dog days of summer. Water temps in all area lakes are high and walleye activity has slowed. Bass and sunnies are the best bets on Waska. Musky activity on Lobster and Miltona. After dark for walleyes on Waska.
No report this week. Was on vacation.
This report is like the past 3-4 weeks. A fun stretch of fishing which does not happen often enough. All area lakes have been good. Get out and have some fun!
Sunnies, bass, and northerns are very active on Waska during the day. Walleyes are more consistent after dark. Most area lakes have reported good fishing for all the vacationers. Get the kids out and go fish!
Fishing continues to be good for all species on Waska. Reno, Mary, and Miltona have also had good reports. Walleyes on Waska are still being caught in 7-10 feet of water using shallow crankbaits. Quite week in Starbuck as mayor plots his next move.
Easy report this week. Read last week’s report and not much has changed. We have had a very good stretch of fishing. Bass, notherns, walleye, and panfish have all been good. Private enterprise and city mayor cannot put legal crossing by beach on state highway 29. Accident waiting to happen.
Best sunfish activity is in 7-9 feet of water. Big northerns in 4-6 feet of water are being taken with spinnerbaits. Walleyes have slowed during day due to the heat. Can still catch walleyes after sunset. Use shallow cranks in 7-9 feet of water. City mayor not giving up on using city park for private business. Who is behind this silliness?