We headed out with Steve and his crew making a left turn and taking the long ride sawing through the 2-3’ washing machine. We set up on a decent screen with the break and fish being deep. We managed to end the day 8 for 10 on Walleye, one of which was a good rigger fish that we dropped at the swim platform. Biggest of the day tipped the scales at 9 #s even.
We rounded the point with Graham, Mike and Guy and made a left turn into rough seas, which have seemed to be the norm lately. We sawed our way through the waves until we couldn’t take it anymore and turned her around setting up for an all day, one way slide. We managed to boat 10 Walleye and sent back another 5 short eyes before we made it to the point and called it early due to the steady 6 foot waves and building seas.
We headed out with Justin and his Dad on a calm lake, which has been rare so far in August. We set up and found a steady pick. We ended the day going 13 for 15 on Walleye, boxing their 12 fish limit and sending one back for another day. We also managed to boat 3 bonus steelhead. With no wind and extreme heat we were glad to box out and head in early.
We headed to yesterday’s spot, once again fighting a pretty good chop from the north. We set up on some great action quickly boating 7 Walleye and a bonus Steelhead before the crew decided to throw in the towel at 9:am due to a bad case of the Lake Erie Flu.
We headed out today, with Dan and Heather, only to find the stiff South wind had shifted around and was giving us rough seas from the North. We took a long ride to find some new real estate and it paid off. We managed to box an early two man limit of 12 Walleye going 15 for 18, sending 3 back along with several shorts.
We headed out with Pat and his family with a ripping south wind at our back. We set up inside on what looked like a good screen. The fish seemed to have lock jaw and we just couldn’t seem to get things going we finished 4 for 6 on Walleye and 5 for 5 on some bonus Steelhead on what was our toughest day of the year. Thanks to the crew, they kept positive and never gave up!