In the Northwest Angle and Islands, the February bite has continued to be strong.  The 27-30 foot range on the mud and adjoining structure is best for the all day bite  for walleye and sauger, while the 18-22 foot waters are good morning and evening for mostly walleye and perch.  Both areas are producing limits.  A lively minnow under a bobber is even producing walleye at night, between 11pm and 4am on rattle reels.  In Ontario waters,  crappies and walleye are coming out of 30-36 feet.  Trout have been more active with some nice size lakers coming in.