One massively important key to walleye fishing is understand fish migration, and mapping is a critical tool to help us figure out where to look. In early spring, fish are going to start out near shoreline locations. It’s really common around Opener to pitch jigs up to shallow rocks. As we progress from spring [Read more…]
If you’re like me, I enjoy scanning over a good topographic map or scrolling over the mapping system in my GPS to look for new lakes to explore. When you do, you’ll often find clusters of small lakes tucked away in some regions; lakes that are under a few hundred acres that are often uncharted [Read more…]
Jarrid Houston (Houston’s Guide Service) shares the latest fishing report from Duluth/Superior area of Minnesota and Wisconsin for mid May.
We’re wide open! Hard to believe that it took until the middle of May to say that… The ice finally left Chequamegon Bay last week, and we are officially open for business on all of our water in northwest Wisconsin. As expected, the smelt run came and went in a hurry, and every kind of [Read more…]
Wow, how things can turn around in a weeks’ time. The fishing has exploded this past week with limit catches of nice walleyes and bass, along with some super crappie and pike fishing. Oh yeah let’s not forget about catching some really nice catfish too! Coming off a week of slower than normal fishing trips [Read more…]
Jeff Andersen (Leisure Outdoor Adventures) shares the latest fishing report from Leech Lake in northern Minnesota for mid/late May.
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