Overall fishing remains steady. During daylight hours walleyes can be had trolling crankbaits and spinner rigs around shoreline breaks and deeper flat areas. Locating bait balls in areas in 13-16’ of water has been a key to success. Pay attention to the prevailing wind direction as it will concentrate bait. During evening and early morning hours look to shallow areas close to deep water to be holding actively feeding walleyes.
Muskie fishing is slowly getting better with some days being better than others. Fish are showing up in a lot of different locations. Bucktails and topwater baits are always good to start with.
Panfish can be caught along some of the deeper weedlones. Casting small jigs with a half night crawler or crappie minnow will produce some fish.
Steve Nosbisch Fishing Guide