We were up for our annual week stay on this body of water.  The fishing was a little tougher than normal.  But was able to find fish.  Saw a bunch of species come into the boats.  Bluegill, Sunfish, Crappie, Perch, Sm Mouth, Lg Mouth, northern, muskie and Walleye.  The morning bite was tougher with fish tight to the bottom in 11-15 ft of water.  As the sun warmed up, you started to see fish suspended.  The cabbage is starting to come in nice and fishing for muskie should turn over soon.  Had follows each day, with only a small 20-30" landed.  Northern were caught each trip on spinners or smaller buck tails.  Walleye came on leeches and jigs, shallow 4-8 fow.  Gills, perch and crappie were caught on minnows, leeches and worms, under slip bobbers set 1-3 ft off bottom.  pink, green and blue 1/64 oz, targeting transition from rocky to mud or just off the side of structured bars.   Tried trolling a few times only a few crappie to show for.  Overall a good week, with some fish in the freezer, a few left for next year and some hope for a walleye population in the future.  Remember 3 walleye total, 15"-20"( 20"-24" release slot) or 1- over 24".  Afternoon had a better (consistent) bite.  Judging by the boats everyday, morning saw a lot more moving.  Boat traffic was higher this year as well.  

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