In Canadian waters, the recent hot weather had the walleyes using reefs in most sections of the lake; following this weekend’s cool down, the fish moved off structure in most areas. Fishing point areas or running out to reefs in the deeper water around Skeet I have been the most productive patterns in the last few days. In Minnesota waters, the Little Oak I. and Crowduck I. areas have been producing walleye.
Muskie fishermen are still seeing good numbers of follows and landing big fish. Following the cooling weather, some of the biggest smallies in the lake have been showing up on rock points in 15 to 25 feet of water. Crappie fishing has slowed down with the hotter weather, but should be improving soon, but the jumbo perch have been biting well in the last week.