Fall fishing is in full swing in the Islands of the Northwest Angle and Canadian waters nearby! Whether you are fishing for walleyes, muskies, crappies, bass or pike fall is a fantastic time of year.
Crappies & Walleyes
Jigging in deep water – 25 to 28 feet along the rocky shorelines has been best with a 3/8 oz jig and minnow.
Rocky areas surrounded by deep water have been great. Bright chartreuse or orange bladed or black on black cowgirl lures have been working fantastic.
Trolling along outside edges of bays using stick baits, Rapala super shad or small jigs have been working great.
Small Mouth Bass
#5 Rapalas along rocky shorelines have been producing very well. Nice sized, 16”-18” have been very consistent.