Found bluegill in 24’ of water, crawler and small jig just off the bottom. Half dozen keepers in about an hour, put them back for someone else to catch.
61° - 65° F
61° - 65° F
Found some Nice Bluegills, 8 to 9 inch, in 15' of water on small pieces of white plastics trimmed from Gulp twister tails. Bits of Nightcrawlers only getting smaller fish. 2 Northerns on 8" Perch colored Depth Raider but zero follow ups on Muskie. Nasty wind today, suppose to be cloudy tomorrow. Trees just starting to turn colors.
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Iv'e fished here before and had luck with Walleyes but it's been awhile. Really just want to get my wife a nice Northern. She always goes with what ever I want to do so this little trip is for her. She loves the bicycle trails there and to get her a decent Northern would be icing on the cake. Staying over at Bayview resort, a little biking, a little fishing, a camp fire, and of course a few cocktails!
I’m up in on Little St. Th-Sun this week. Been 10 years since I’ve fished it but Carpio is right. Tale of two lakes based on where you’re fishing. I’m multi species fishing taking different family members out but if you want to connect re: water temp or what I’m moving/seeing PM me.
Dark water,dark baits, clear water,light colored baits. Use only as a guide. CARPIO
LOL I use to think everyone worked during the week, now I wonder if any one ever works. Thanks for the tip on the Bucktails!
Jabber, haven't fished St.Germain recently, but I always had good luck in the fall with a really big Mepps bucktail. Usually black or multicolor tail, with gold or red&white blades. Cast, troll, didn't seem to matter. Good luck!
Jabber. Lol the crowds are still there! Just returned from ERiver. CARPIO
Heading up to Little Saint next week for 3 days of fishing and biking. I will probably throw a few Muskie lures, kind of a rookie at Muskies but would like to have wife my throw a few lures for Northern Pike. And types/colors of lures best for Pike on this lake? My go to is usually a white spinner with a chartreuse twister tail added for bulk.
Recently retired so nice to be able to head up mid-week without the crowds:)
Bring money. Nothing is cheap up there in the land of million dollar lake homes. Plan to arrive at Blink Bonnies at least a half hour before they open to get a table. If the lake is tough, the river/launch near Elmer's go-kart place is a nice spot.