The few people still fishing are doing well, mostly for walleyes and muskies at this point.
Fishing reports have been light and we’re down to just the hardcore walleye and muskie anglers at this point, although those venturing out are doing well.
The anglers who continue to fish are doing well, with walleyes, crappies, and muskies providing quality fish-catching opportunities statewide.
Slowly, anglers are starting to see some fall walleye patterns develop even though water temperatures remain warmer than they should be this time of year.
It’s been slow going, but as soon as water temps dip below 60 degrees, the state’s walleye bite should quickly improve.
Muskie activity seems to have improved since last week and there were definitely more reports of shallow fish and bigger fish being caught with large sucker minnows.
Fishing pressure drops, but walleye action is improving.
Fishing pressure was a bit lighter this week than last in most locations, but those venturing out are catching fish.
It sounds as though walleye anglers are starting to transition back to minnows, although crawlers and crankbaits are still producing fish.