I headed out this morning with First Mate Ron to do some scouting. We set up at a familiar spot east of the point for a few hours of fishing. We managed to boat 8 walleyes while experimenting with a variety of baits and presentations, calling it a day before noon.
After being on the bench for 3 weeks due to a faulty water pump, We headed west with Mitch, Jesse and Troy. We set up and found the fishing steady throughout the morning. We managed to fill a three man limit of walleyes going 18 for 22 and 2 for 3 on Steelhead. The program consisted of clean RRs and Bagleys on one side and 5 LC with shallow sticks on the other. A trolling speed of 1.9 seemed to trigger the most strikes.
We headed out with Rick, Rick and Kathy for an early walleye trip
on a picture perfect day of sunny skies and calm lake conditions.
Despite the fish being few and scattered we managed to go 5 for 8 on
Walleye also boating numerous white bass and farm animals.
The biggest walleye of the day was 10#s. The program consisted of Bagleys and RR
600s off of the boards.