Over the last week, the weather has been extremely variable to say the least. In spite of the rapid temperature changes, the fishing has still been good at the Northwest Angle. Over the weekend cold snap, the average walleye size went down a bit, with numbers still good and fish activity moving more toward morning and evening. Using a minnow on a dead stick in one hole and calling fish in with active jigging in the other is working well.
In Ontario waters, the crappies are still active. Drilling lots of holes and moving from hole to hole to find the active fish has been the best tactic.