Walleye action at the Northwest Angle has been great! The mayfly hatch hasn’t finished yet, but the walleye bite is still hot. Jigging the rock reefs has been producing lots of nice keeper fish and plenty of 20-plus inch fish. In Canadian waters, Massacre Island has been one of the better areas, although most reefs on the Ontario side are holding fish. In Minnesota waters, look for the best action around the Oak I. and Little Oak I. areas, Starren Shoals, and the reefs at Knight and Bridges.
Muskie and pike anglers have been doing better lately, although high winds and the algae bloom have made casting in some areas difficult. Bass fishing remains good, and the lake trout have been active in 80 to 100 feet of water.