The pike went 46-1/4 inches, the muskie 57-1/4 inches.
Its walleyes and northern pike seem to doing just fine these days.
You can catch them on virtually any inland lake as long as they’re there and you can troll around the thermocline.
Walleye fishing has been tough, but if you’re patient and work at it, you’ll catch some fish. Here’s what’s putting fish in the boat.
“Tackle” Terry Tuma talks about catch and release in warm waters like we are experiencing this summer. He suggests bringing the fish to the boat as quickly as possible and to bring them into a
It’s an excellent multi-species fishery that’s noted for a consistently strong walleye population, with panfish, pike, and muskies providing excellent secondary angling options.
Walleye fishing is holding up quite well for mid-August. Here’s where they’re catching them and what they’re using. But regardless of what you’re throwing at them, you’ll likely get some fish – even in fairly
Color doesn’t seem to matter, and neither does the brand of the spinner jig. They all seem to work well. It’s really all about the presentation.
“Tackle” Terry Tuma suggests casting a spinner bait into weed flats. He’s also had success using a bobber system with a sucker minnow. And consider a live bait rig with a steel leader and trolling