June 5- The weather has remained cool and windy with water temps hovering around 54 degrees, but the fishing has held steady. In Canadian waters, the walleye have been showing up in a lot of spots, but points and current areas have been the most consistent. Productive depths have varied from 10 to 30 feet, and the usual jig and minnow combos are working well. We are continuing to catch smallmouth bass deep off the points; they will likely remain there until the water temps get above 55. Casting in the back bays has been productive for pike, and we have been sighting some nice muskies as they prepare for their spawn.
In U.S. waters, jigging and trolling around Oak I. and Brush I. has been productive.