September 10, 2014

Up, up and away…

To the islands we shall go.  Head towards Garden, Bridges, or Night and you will find limits of walleyes being caught.  We’ve been finding that the muddy areas in 30’-35’ water have been producing with our controlled depth fishing using a variety of Shad Raps and Wally Divers.  Hammered gold spinners tipped with a leech or a crawler have also been effective in 15’-25’ water in among the rocks and the shallow corners of reefs.

Andrew from Nebraska 
24” Walleye
Captain Mike
Axel Berny, San Francisco, CA
28.5 inch walleye, released. 
Captain Dave

Fall is in the air. It won’t be long and we will start seeing the walleyes start moving in shallower and up river. The stage is getting set for the annual emerald shiner run. Where shiners run, walleyes are sure to follow. Fall fishing is a great time!

The weather forecast for the week includes partly sunny to partly cloudy skies, highs in the high-50’s to low 60’s with a slight chance of rain and some wind throughout the week.

We are somewhat normal back down at the docks.  Guests are able to load and unload from the charter boats as in the past.  Some of the boat slips are now rentable but please call the front desk at 1-800-862-8602 as they are on a reserved-basis only.  However at this time, there is no electric at the docks so please keep that in mind when wanting to reserve a slip.

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