Late report 4/22....Decided to take a comp day from work and go fishing, left the house at 0200hrs on Friday morning to see what this lake had to offer at night, just me and the dog.
Started trolling with a three-way and a rogue floating crank flat-line behind the boat from the launch on the north fork. Hit all the rock pile structures on my way to the south fork, was expecting walleyes but was surprised to catch 10 14" black crappies. Bonus! Of course this wasn't on a contiguous route, but as soon as I would catch one I would mark a waypoint and made several passes.
Then on to the walleye...trolled shallow along rocky shoreline and picked up multiple 13-14" dinks. managed to get two decent 17". Kept the two better ones and three other 14.5" to round out my limit.
Then made my way over to the road crossing on the south fork and had a bit of fun hammering the wipers, must have caught 30-40 ranging from 12-18" all on a jigging rapala.
Never understood why there were so many launches on this lake until today. From 1000hrs on there must have been 15-20 truck/trailers at each launch and the lake was packed. Left at 1500 I had my fun for the day, and plenty of fish for the pan.
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