How we did before the Thunderstorms! We really just don;t have enough time in our day for more than just posting these and telling you this. 8-12 feet pulling spinners and leeches outside the windblown weed edges. Good Luck out there. Hold On To Your Rod… And… CATCH MORE FISH!!!
A Little Bump For The Weekend
Irony, Just Plain Irony!! What happens when you write about something that occasionally occurs and therefore justifies the use of that technique or strategy? On your very next outing the exact situation occurs! The water in some parts of Pelican Lake are getting warmer. Found 62.9 in spots. Pitched cranks into the shallows brought only Pike, BUT…… The draped spinners…
Monday Spring Fishing Report #5: Back-To-Back
Water Temps Are On The Rise- The Bite Is Now! As Spring made its sunny appearance this week and as the trees in the background of these two pictures adorn themselves with the beginnings of their green, summertime plumage, the water temperatures on our smaller bodies of water are really starting to rise. With that water temperature rising comes the…
Walleye Alert Part II
Second Verse, Same As The First Stronger winds pushed us to a different part of the lake, but the fish were there. Slow retrieves on the Scatter Rap Hot Steel #7’s did the trick. Water Temperature was 45-47.5 and many of the Walleye hook up were, again, quite aggressive. Good Luck Out There! Hold On To Your Rod……
Great Morning, Active and Aggressive Fish! Windblown Shoreline, 1-6 feet of water, Perch Scatter Raps in #5 and #7 and a couple on spinners with leeches, Gold Spinners. Water was 57-60 degrees. Walleyes were hitting like pike, BAM!