I was not going to go yesterday but the weather was too nice to stay home. Fished about 5 hours but only got 4 bass and one pike. Not one hit on my go-to jigs & plastic! I don't recall that ever happening over 5 hours. Got a few bass on surface lures (and the pike) and a few on cranks. Water was almost 6 degrees warmer than the day before. The nights finally stayed above the low 40s so that has to have helped.
I have been marking very few fish in water less than 30 feet. I rarely fish deeper than that.
Got desperate a few days ago and went down to Pelican. Not much better down there. A few crappie and dink pike and about 6 nice bass.
Headed north of Red Lake, Ontario in a week. Hope things are going better way up there.
My wife and 2 Labs are boat camping on the east side of the Brule Narrows this week. We have been here dozens of times, but with late spring, I am wondering what patterns are working for the smallies and walleyes.
Cobra, welcome back. To bad no replies in almost 3 years to your inquiry. Their beautiful dogs but there must not be many owners of them on here? 🤔
Like I have been asking for about 4 years if there are any Dual Sport bike owners on this site? 😉
I haven't been on the website in a long time so long delayed reaction. Sorry
I do have an English Pointer and I live in Longville. My old dog passed away a few weeks ago at almost 15 years old!!!
I still have my young dog with special bloodlines. His father came from the last vial of Guard Rail semen. So to have a grandson of a Hall of Fame dog that died in the early 80's is very rare.
This weather is making it tough to get out and pinning down a consistent bite. Wind had blown out if every imaginable direction in the past 5 days along with frequent storms keeping us off the lake. With that said this us what I know.
Walleyes are still going at night on cranks in 5-8 fow. During the day can be found on 16-25 fow and are biting on crawlers, leeches and shiner minnows. Perch are still on flats in 4-8 fow and you'll need to sort to get the nice ones. Sunfish and crappies are still in the reeds in Allen's Bay and Kitchi.
Water temps have been up and down a lot this week. Currently we have 67-70 degrees in the spots I fished yesterday.