At the Northwest Angle, both the weather and the fishing has stabilized.  Day to day action is consistent and size has been good.  Slot walleyes in the 20-28 inch range are biting.  Plain hook and minnow under a bobber set 3-4 inches off the bottom is taking the majority of the walleye and sauger.  Some jumbo perch are being caught too.  The majority of angling is taking place in transition areas between rock and softer bottom and out on mud flats in the mid-20 foot range.  Crappies in Ontario have been biting in 25-30 feet of water on glow in the dark buckshot  rattle jigs tipped with a minnow head or tail.