Although school is in full swing for the both of us, we are still running a few trips on the weekends. Fishing has been good, with the recent cool-down in the weather helping the bite a great deal. Without that traditional fall weather, we tend to find that the fish are more scattered out, especially species like crappie. The walleye, perch, and crappie are showing up along dropoff and soft bottom areas, and tend to be mixed all together in most cases, with a few bomber smallmouth showing up as well.
Muskie and pike anglers are starting to troll now that the water temps are starting to cool off, but casting prominent rock structure is still producing fish as well.