The water temps continue to fall, and with the start of fall on Saturday, that means one thing – perch fishing. The perch bite is starting to take off in many lakes. Before, it was
The cooler weather over the weekend allowed water temps to drop and that started to turn on the bite. A lot of larger walleyes have been caught recently, which is a good indicator of the
The weather has cooled and the water temperature has begun to fall as well. That has turned on the bite, but it will only get better with a week of stable weather ahead of us.
The heat continued throughout the holiday weekend and that definitely decreased the number of people going out – and the number of positive reports.
A little respite from the heat over the weekend allowed a few more people to get out and enjoy a little boat time. The bite wasn’t ideal, but people still caught fish. Here’s what they
The heat and the wind defintely caused a little havoc with the bite this past week. Those who got out on the water before the max heating of the day did manage to catch a
The walleye bite is starting to come around after last week’s heavy rainfall. It seems like the bigger fish are being caught snap-jigging, but other presentations are still producing some nice ‘eyes, too.
Plenty of rain fell across the area this past weekend and that definitely has impacted the bite. It may take a while before things start to recover.
The heat wave ended this weekend and that allowed a few more people to hit the water. Success was found, but it was also limited.