Minnows or crawlers are turning walleye fishing on the main lake bars and wind-driven points in 7 to 12 feet. Better areas this week include Otter Tail Point, Goose Island Flats, Star/Oak Point, and Pine Point – just depends on the wind. Topwater or rubber baits are triggering some muskies and rocks seem to be holding more fish than weeds. Perch action has been up and down with the Sand Point area in 7 to 9 feet producing a lot of fish that need to be sorted through.
Walleyes are being taken with slip bobber rigs on the 6- to 10-foot weed patches in Headquarter’s Bay, Boy Bay, Miller’s Bay, and Uram Bay. Lead-core and crankbaits are producing walleyes over 20 to 25 feet on the main lake rock areas during the day, as is long-lining crankbaits at night around Goose Island and […]
Spinners and crawlers continue to produce walleyes on the main lake flats in 10 to 14 feet. There’s also been fish starting to be caught with minnows on the flats and green weed areas in 9 to 12 feet, while others are hitting Jiggin’ Raps on the deep humps in Walker Bay. At night, slip […]
Most walleyes are coming out of 14 to 20 feet during the day on spinners and crawlers – work the reefs and bars. Jiggin’ Raps also are turning daytime walleyes in 15 to 22 feet along the hard-bottom structured areas. At night, trolling crankbaits in 9 to 12 feet around the points in Walker Bay […]
Nightcrawlers or Jiggin’ Raps are producing the majority of walleyes on the main lake reefs and sunken islands in 14 to 20 feet. There are some deeper walleyes on the humps in Walker Bay and some fish are being caught with crankbaits at night off the points and shoreline breaks in 9 to 12 feet. […]