In Canadian waters, the walleyes have moved back onto structure with the warming weather. The crappie and perch bite on the points and dropoff areas has slowed down, but the reefs in most sections of the lake are producing lots of walleye again. Muskie and pike fishing has been steady, with rock areas being the most consistent now that the weeds are starting to die off and break apart, and the evening hours continue to be the most productive for casting. Lake trout have been using water depths from 40 to 100 feet, and both jigging and trolling presentations have been working.
In Minnesota waters, the better areas have been Little Oak, Lunatic, and Oak islands. The action on the reef structure in the Big Traverse area should be picking up with the warming weather as well.