Fished on 5/18 before rain came. Did not see any nor did I see any other boats catching anything. Talked to a few other boaters and no one had seen anything. There were a lot of boats on the water.
66° - 70° F
81° - 88° F
I siggest using bass lures just as mich muskie. Seena lot of follows with the bass lures.
Never fished Evergreen for Musky. I am interested though. Any spots that you suggest to start? Are the fish typically shallow this time of year? Again any help would be cool. Thanks!! JB
Fished Saturday Sunday and a little on Monday water temp ranged from 54 to 57 did not find the crappie in shallow yet. Most of my fish caught were on outside edge of weed growth around 5 to 6’ first time fishing this lake with boat. Found some deeper wood piles and did not catch anything on them. Picked up some short walleye in the 14” range.
Hi guys, I have not fished this lake in over a decade and I had heard that some aquatic plants had been added. I was looking for any information about weed beds or lilypads, are they present? If so how much and which areas of the lake? Thanks for any info!!
I'm planning on making my first trip to Evergreen next week. Some years weed cover is thick on the Big Flats, some years it isn't. Anyone know the coverage this year?
We’ve had a rough time with the LM Bass out at Evergreen, (though typically we only fish there in the fall.)
do you have days where the catch is more than 10 bass?
I wouldn't say the bite is always off. I've been down to Evergreen twice this week and both times have hooked into a musky while bass fishing. I never target musky. First one was 35" and the second was 32". We did see another one where I caught the second and it was huge. Probably about 45"-50". Also had 2 bite offs that were probably musky as well.
Evergreen beat up the IMTT tournament boys. They didn't schedule an event there this year like years past. They are heading to Prairie Lake instead that weekend.