I headed out on a calm lake with Jim, Laura, Holden and Graham. The bite was slow and we managed a slow pick to end the day going 11/14 on Walleye and 0/1 on Steelhead.
I left the dock and headed north with Tom, Amy, Thomas and Nick. We set lines to find the bite to be a slow pick. We called it a day going 10/18 on Walleye, 0/2 on Steelhead and adding a bonus Lake Trout to the box.
I fished the day with Becky and Vic. We headed North and found a steady morning bite which by mid-morning slowed to a grind. We managed to end the day going 12/15 for Walleye boxing their two man limit and adding 4 bonus Steelhead to the box.
I left the dock and headed NW with Tony, Kaleb, Madison and Gabby. We managed to get all of the lines in the water before the screen lit up and it was all hands on deck. With fast action we managed to make one turn going 14/14 on Walleyes and 0/1 Steelhead; the washing machine like chop was a little too much for the crew and we called it day early as the Lake Erie Flu set in. The crew did a great job on the rods batting a perfect score on the walleye in the rough sea conditions.
We left the dock and headed NW with Darrin, Cory and Hunter. We set lines and found a ferocious Walleye and Steelhead bite. We managed end the day going 18/22 boxing their 3 man limit of Walleye and going 6/7 on Steelhead. Cory took honors for boxing the biggest Walleye of the day, which tipped the scales at 11#s. The crew brought along their favorite lures, PCOLA’S Niti-1s, which are manufactured near their hometown and a well guarded trout killing secret weapon. We sent one out on an inside wire diver which was immediately crushed by a hungry Steelhead and sent the second down on the rigger which boxed Walleye #18 ending the day.