The fall pattern seems to be starting on the TFF. We caught lots of walleyes in depths of 24 to 30 feet. All we used was fatheads on jigs and a few on slip bobbers. A lot nicer day this Sunday than the last two with light winds and very few boats . Ryan a police officer from Chicago and Greg enjoyed a 3 hour trip.
51° - 55° F
41° - 45° F
Currently the temp is 31.8 with winds from the North at 8 gusting to 17 here on the southern shores of Big Arb. The lake is now rumbling something fierce. I can tell you this, it is not making noise from forming ICE!!!
Kinda wish I had not drilled holes yesterday out front of my place. Slush is going to be horrible as the snow drifts into my shoreline. CURSES!!!!
No other fishing reports today as most were done and off the lakes by the time the snow started. Doubt many will be out tomorrow.
Some good has come from this for me. It will be the first time in at least 2 months I get to watch and laugh at Gillespie.
Will let you know HOW MUCH SNOW WE GET, HOW MUCH SNOW WE GET, HOW MUCH SNOW WE GET??? LOLL.
Tight lines, tight lines, tight lines,
Thanks in advance, tight lines