A mixed bag of weather last week made for a mixed bag of
fishing! When anglers could get out on the water they did
catch some perch, white bass, a few walleye and even a
northern or two. The time on the water was limited by
rainy and windy conditions.
The anglers that produced a quantity in fish stated that
the afternoon hours into the evening was the best time
of day. We did see a turn over from using spikes to minnows
as the temperatures started cooling down. Water temperature
slipped to 62-65 degrees which probably triggered the
start of the walleye bite.
As the early season hunting seasons have started in the area
the number of anglers on the water setting the hook has decreased
significantly. Those that do get out on the water should do well.