Jarrid Houston (Houston’s Guide Service) shares the latest fishing report from Duluth/Superior area of Minnesota and Wisconsin for lake October/early November.
Our 2018 season began with late ice out and tough conditions, and the end of our season hasn’t been a whole lot different… Crazy cold weather over the last couple of weeks with lots of wind, rain, and snow has plummeted water temperatures into the mid 30’s – mid 40’s depending on where you’re at. [Read more…]
It’s been awhile since we’ve posted a report, but it’s not because we haven’t been on the water. A super nasty stretch of weather has made things interesting over the last couple of weeks, but we’ve had some incredible people in the boat to get through it. Since when did winter start in October?… [Read more…]
We’re definitely not easing into October with our weather patterns. It’s been a cold week, but falling water temperatures are definitely setting up some predictable fall bites. We fished through a lot over the past several days including wind, rain, thunderstorms, and even ice storms. Seems a bit early for that… Despite the weather we’ve [Read more…]
Gary Engberg (Gary Engberg Outdoors) shares the latest fishing report from Lake Wisconsin in southern Wisconsin for early October.
It’s really trying to be fall around here. Geese are flying south, loons have left, and the tree colors are starting to pop. Extremely warm temperatures continue however, but it looks like big changes are on the way this week. Might be time to put the shorts away… Mylo Gustafson (Maple Grove, MN) with [Read more…]
Summerlike temperatures dominated the weather patterns with above normal temperatures and a prolonged period of no precipitation over the past several weeks in northeastern Wisconsin. The last several days have brought a strong cold front, with some rainfall. Lake Winnebago’s water temperatures have remained relatively steady hovering around 70 degrees. Water clarity is stained, with [Read more…]
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