The water is beginning to cool, but the fishing is still hot at the Angle! In Canadian waters, we are getting into fall fishing patterns early this year, with the reef bite for walleye dying off in many areas. Rockpiles in the Little Traverse area are still holding scattered fish, but the reefs in the deeper basins up north are a better bet for numbers and action. In closer to the Angle, points and dropoff areas have been serving up a nice mix of walleye, jumbo perch, and crappies. We are continuing to see some trophy size walleye coming in as well. Muskie fishermen have been seeing and catching nice fish, with the evening hours being the best.
On the Minnesota side, walleye fishing has been productive around Little Oak, Oak, and Lunatic islands.