Ice conditions have improved a lot and that’s likely opened up more opportunities or areas for anglers to look for walleyes.
There seems to be plenty of ice-fishing opportunities across the northern half of the state.
Hard-water season getting underway up north.
Most people seem to be prepping for the upcoming ice fishing season.
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.
Crappie and bluegill action remains strong.
Anglers battling warmer-than-average water temps.
With a definite hint of autumn in the air last week, water temperatures are slowly starting to cool down and that seems to have triggered better walleye activity.
It sounds as though walleye anglers are starting to transition back to minnows, although crawlers and crankbaits are still producing fish.