It was a great day for one of our guests. David was on Irving fishing midday along the shoreline structure. He caught a nice large mouth bass on a Senko worm. While he was reeling it in he saw he had more than one fish; hanging onto his bass was a 38 inch musky. He was able to land both of them. The Timble family said it was great Northern Pike bite all week using spin baits.
Crappies were biting last week in the shallow wood. They moved out with the cold front and should finish up this week with our day time temps in the lower 70’s every day.
Bluegills and bass are on the beds now and should finish by weeks end.
Walleyes are in the emerging green weeds in 10′ of water, biting on minnows and jigs.
Northern Pike are biting on everything-look for weeds.
Muskies are starting to bite in this past spawn period.
Don’t forget to match jigs with type of cloud cover and keep the muskie/pike small to medium size.
Friday morning was a successful day for our guests who went out with one of our preferred fishing guides, Mike Errington. Click here to check out Mikes website.