Mix of 10”-15” saugers and 12”-18” and 28”+ walleyes along with a few perch this week.
A plain hook tipped with a minnow has been one of the most successful approaches. Spoons, gold and glow in the dark jigs have also worked well. Best depth has been in 25’-34’ of water both in the mud and on structure. Vexilars seem to help angler’s success rate. We received a few inches of snow yesterday, temperature in the 20’s. Tomorrow it is supposed to start cooling off for the weekend, overcast skies. No precipitation is in the forecast at this time.
|James and Cassandra Baas
27 inch walleye, released
Caught on a plain hook and minnow rig on bottom
27.5 inches, released, 2-7-2014
Caught on a firetiger buckshot lure
Currently we have 36-38 inches of ice in the areas we travel and fish right now. Lots of ice to get us through March!
Lake trails are groomed, packed well and in decent shape. Land trails could use some more snow but are open.
Make your Valentine’s Day Dinner Reservations
Check out specials and make your dinner reservations today. Snuggle up early; we have lodging and fishing packages available Feb 11, 12 & 13.