Wisconsin guide Jeff Evans gives his latest Buzz Bite Report for Northern Wisconsin on June 23rd, 2022.
Northern Wisconsin Buzz Bite Report 6-23-2022
We’ve got an awesome smallmouth bass bite happening right now on Chequamegon Bay in four to six feet of water.
Jerkbaits, ned rigs, swimbaits, and topwater baits are all producing fish. Water temps are in the mid sixties and the fish are super aggressive.
On our inland lakes in the Hayward area water temps are in the mid sixties to mid seventies depending on the lake. Walleyes have begun to transition into their midsummer patterns. Look for fish on main lake reefs, points, and deep weed edges in fifteen to twenty feet of water.
A slip bobber with a leech is a great way to catch them this time of year. Jigging Raps are also turning a few fish.
The panfish have moved onto the weed line in about seven feet of water. Small jigs paired with plastics or crappie minnows will produce some fish.
The St. Louis river and Lake Superior harbor have a good walleye bite happening right now, trolling crankbaits in five to ten feet of water.
Good luck to all the anglers out fishing in Northern Wisconsin!