Fished from 4:30 - 8:30 and picked up 5 Notherns all in the 23" - 25" range. Started slow because it was very windy, but action picked up around 6. Most were in 20 - 25 fow.
MOON PHASE (83%)
Out there yesterday from 6 to 11 am when it was quiet and peaceful. Threw tubes into weedline break, and couldn't buy a bass. Bit off three times, and boated two snakes, plus a few missed smacks. Haven't been able to find the smallies this year. Might be time to go deep with suckers.Switched up for gills an hour before leaving, and couldn't keep a rod in. Boated about 25 with six take-homes in the 7.5 to 9 inch range for an afternoon fish fry.
MOON PHASE (93%)
51° - 55° F
66° - 70° F
Out from 5:00-8:30am this morning with Eric and Adam.
Boys were after a multi-species outing before they had to get to school to finish up their Senior Exams.
Lost a short walleye and picked up a largemouth throwing x-raps on flats and both fish ate aggressively but the morning quickly cooled off after that.
Landed a couple more short bass and a smaller pike that were hanging around bluegill beds on the west side.
Pulled into one last area near the Seven Seas and Adam went back to back on a pretty nice large and smallmouth combo in the last 5 minutes.
With a little more time I believe our next moves would've been to target deeper as water temps were pushing up into the low 70's. With the weather today and tomorrow it may be time to start looking at early summer patterns.
MOON PHASE (72%)
76° - 80° F
66° - 70° F
Got out at 6:30am, before the storm. Fishing was slow, only 1 Lmb. Waited out the storm in the truck for a hour & a half. Went back out around 10:30, fishing was still slow until about noon when the sun came out. Caught some pike, lmb, rockbass, and a couple walleyes. Nothing big though.
If anybody is looking to shoot some carp, there was a hundred of them gliding around 1-2' under the surface in the north end weeds in the mid day sun.
TTfisherman127, Yeah, you can fish by the launch. I've fished around there a few times before, but I would pass it up and fish somewhere else. All I would catch are VERY small stunted panfish. If you're lucky you might possibly catch a bass or pike swimming around. They're probably gonna be very small too though, in matter of fact I caught my smallest bass ever there, it was literally 2 inches. Go to fowler, lac la belle, or little muskego, for better shore fishing. This lake is okay though on a boat.