High and Low, Drift and Go
Water levels may be up and down, but walleye fishing remains constant. Drifting and using spinners was the method of choice over the last week. Make your way to 22’-28’ of water near Long Point or Zippel Bay or 12’-18’ of water near Morris Point to Pine Island. Don’t forget about trolling in the shallow waters of 10’ or less as walleyes have been found there as well. Make sure you have plenty of jigs and spinners. Hammered gold is still the hot color, tip it with crawlers or leeches and you will be ready to go… We have also started with controlled depth fishing using Shad Raps within the last week as well.The water continues to rise and to fall. Because of this, we are still using our centralized loading/unloading system so that our guests remain safe and their feet remain dry. Some of our boat slips are available for use at this time. Call our front desk at 1-800-862-8602 to find out what’s available as they are on a reserved-basis only. However, because of the fluctuating water, electricity is not available at this time.
An Additional Three New Villas!
Three new villas will be constructed this fall and ready for you in December! Enjoy these beautiful accommodations with great views. Stay a weekend or stay the week! www.sportsmanslodges.com
It’s Trophy Time
If you like reeling in the big walleyes, now is the time. July and August are notorious big walleye months. Book your charter trip today! 800-862-8602
|Jake Glass; 24 inch walleye; guided by Ralph||Captain Mike, 26 inch walleye|