If you want to catch walleyes come to cumberland point! We have caught 12 limits of walleyes in a few days! Small shiners 6-12 inches from bottom.
Clam Lake, Siren WI
MOON PHASE (15%)
I hit Clam the last 3 Saturdays. Slow, slow, slow for walleyes. Last fall and the summer and spring before that I had fantastic action out on Clam. This past spring was weird due to the late ice then super fast ice out just before the opener. This past summer the lake was pretty much unfishable due to the huge amount of weeds. One guy told me too many rough fish were netted over the winter, so that's the reason for the weeds. Quite a few of the weeds have died, so you can at least fish it, but haven't had much action the last three times out. Usually I throw rapalas in the fall and do pretty good, but not so much recently. Lack of action can't be due to operator error, of course. Also, up until this year it seemed like I hardly ever had to throw a crappie back. Wouldn't catch a limit, but the ones I caught were always good sized. Now it seems like the smaller crappie are norm. Maybe it's just the part of the multi-year cycle that Clam is in.
Fig 8. good year to be up here, I have a place on the East side of the lake. The weeds are still low so fishing a crank or plastic (slow troll or casting) at dusk is good, and don't forget the river. Vertical with minnow or small plastic in deeper holes (if you can call 7' deep) will get you good action. Good luck and be safe, it's a dangerous world.
Also anyone on here Bowfish it? There are always a few boats out each night and would love to chat to anyone familiar with it.
MOON PHASE (99%)
26° - 30° F