This fishing report is from the weekend of October 14-16.
Friday, October 14:
I started out fishing weed edges in about 11' of water at 7:00am using slip bobbers tipped with crawler halves. By 8:00am I had boated nice largemouth bass and a really nice Northern.
Then the wind picked up.. fishing was very limited for the rest of the day. (See post below). I did not catch any more fish. I marked a few near the bottom, but did not catch any more.
I did see a boat near me get a real nice walleye, casting crank baits in about 13 ft of water around 2pm.
Saturday, October 15:
Saturday was just as windy. Around 2:00pm I got on the water and I anchored in a calm area in 8fow with crawlers on slip bobbers and caught some real nice bluegills. Fished til dark, but got nothing else.
I went back out around 2am Saturday night during the peak of the full moon. Fished in shallow (3-5 ft, rocky) areas of points. Although it was unsuccessful (a couple rock bass), it was incredibly relaxing and beautiful.
Since I was specifically fishing for walleyes most the trip, it wasn't successful in that aspect. But the occasional bass and Northern made it exciting. Still caught plenty for a nice meal.