6/20/18, Saginaw Bay, Au Gres, Fishing Report
After a couple crummy weather days on Monday and Tuesday, we finally had better weather today with a great forecast. The National Weather Service was a bit off once again though as we were greeted by rain first thing in the morning. The rain quickly dissipated though by the time we got to the fishing area and we were left iwth cloudy skies with a light chop. Right after setting lines in my first spot we started catching fish and it was non-stop action from then on until limits of walleyes were reached. The fish were on the bottom, so we put all the lures there in their faces trolling spinner/crawler rigs at medium speeds today. They hit everything in the water, however the fire/tiger (orange and chartreuse) was especially productive as those were hit within a few minutes of being deployed over and over. After the trip was over and we were back on shore, we tried out the new fish cleaning station that the City of Au Gres just finished. It was fantastic with nice tables, a quite grinder and it was nice to be in the shade while doing that chore too.
Capt. Mike Veine