Rays has been for sale for 5 years. I got minnows in there on Sunday (12-16).
He must have just closed. All he had was minnows, no waxworms, etc.
Planning on spending a week there in early June next year.
Have never fished it before and wondering what’s the best guide service to use to show me some good spots on the lake
thanks in advance
I get out there 3-4 times a year.
Go to Rays Landing Baitshop and they will point you to the current bait and patterns.
Pan fish are everywhere there are green weeds. South and East bay are easiest to find them. West Bay is tougher to fish.
Pike, if you found the panfish there are pike around. I like to set up 2 pike tipups and jig for panfish.
Crappie population is very healthy. You would need to fish the deep basins, drill and move til you find them.
Walleye I would head to other area lakes. They are low density if LSG. They are there, but tough to find.
For specific spots, just look for the groups of shacks. I like to find out-of the-way spots, so I tend to avoid those areas, but they produce fish.
If you have a camera, bring it. Fun lake to drop one down, and they help there.
Not a report, Heading up in a few weeks, and was wondering if anyone had any places with good fishing on this lake? Looking for panfish or even walleye. Feel free to p.m me if want kept secret. thanks in advance.
Fishing was pretty good. I caught 10 walleye,4 muskies,60 lmb,and 73 northern.Used spinnerbaits ,crankbaits and swimjigs on weed edges and in shallows.Big northern was 7lbs.Big musky was 4lbs.Most bass and walleye were between 12 and 16 inches