August 20, 2014

Where, oh where…

There have been reports of successful fishing excursions in a variety of areas around the lake.  If you are wanting to bait fish, head to about the 15’-20’ range, find some rocky reefs and points and the walleye will find you.  Hammered gold spinners tipped with a leech or a crawler are still the lure of choice.  The northern part of the lake around Garden Island or Little Oak seems to be producing the best chances of reeling in those walleyes.  The controlled depth fishing has been successful as well.  Walleyes are being found at any depth but the main target area is deep in the mud or in the rocks.  Wally divers or shad raps are producing the best chances of reeling in those walleyes. The weather looks like it will be a mixed bag of partly sunny to partly cloudy skies, chances of rain and temps ranging from the mid-60’s to the high 70’s.

Larry with the Schweers Group
August 2014
26 inch walleye pulling spinners
Guided by Captain Mike

Evan Smith
26 inch

The water is going down but because it is still higher than normal we continue to use our centralized loading/unloading system for our charter boats.  Our boat slips are not available at this time.  Please call our front desk at 1-800-862-8602 if you have any questions.

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80’s Party!

Saturday, Sept 30!
Contests! Prizes! Specials! Entertainment! Lots of fun!