Low-light periods remain best for walleyes on the 20- to 25-foot breaks in Walker Bay or main lake mud and sand areas in 18 to 23 feet. Some keeping-size perch are being caught in 8 to 10 feet in Miller’s Bay, Sucker Bay, and off Sand Point. The eelpout bite continues to improve over the deep water in Walker Bay at night.
Anglers fishing in the evenings and overnight hours are catching more walleyes than midday anglers. The 20- to 24-foot breaks or deeper humps in Walker Bay are producing some fish, as are the main lake flats and points in 12 to 15 feet. Shingobee Bay is producing bluegills and the northern bays are giving up […]
Low-light periods continue to be best for walleyes on the main lake points and structure in 15 to 18 feet. The key during midday hours is to stay on the move and pick off the aggressive fish in a given area and then move on. Walker Bay is producing walleyes in 25 to 35 feet, […]
Work the shoreline breaks in 15 to 18 feet or the humps in 25 to 35 feet throughout Walker Bay for walleyes, especially during low-light periods. A few walleyes also are going at night off Pine Point and the main lake flats in less than 15 feet. Catching numbers of perch off Sand Point is […]
Walleye action continues to be best during low-light periods on the main lake structure and points in 15 to 18 feet. Walker Bay started giving up walleyes along with its shoreline breaks in 18 to 22 feet and the deep humps. Perch action has been much slower this week. Most main lake areas have up […]