Bluegills and crappies have provided the best opportunity to consistently put fish in the boat of late.
Like it has been over the past couple of weeks, panfish, pike, and bass are keeping people busy across the state.
Anglers willing to put in their time and cover water are catching some walleyes. Sitting in one spot and waiting for a bite to develop just doesn’t cut it this time of year.
Bluegill and bass reports continue to be very good and the majority of larger fish are being found on deep weedlines or deep weed flats.
While some bigger walleyes are being caught on deep, main-lake structure in some areas, weedy spots seem to be holding better numbers of fish.
Panfish and bass continue to provide consistent action along the weedlines in most locations.
It’s been a strange week of walleye fishing with many reports indicating that there’s been quite a few fish being caught in shallower water.
It certainly feels like we’re already at that point of the summer where you take what a given lake is willing to give up.
Summer patterns are in full swing for all fish species.