Week ending September 19th:
Sarah Szymanski caught not just one, but two, 25 inch walleyes during her trip last week!
After a brief cold spell, daytime temperatures are back in the 70's, with 50's and 60's overnight. Beautiful fall weather!
Walleyes are being caught in large quantities; between 200 - 300 were caught on Sunday by our guests. They are being found in channels with water 17 - 28 feet deep. Northerns are being found on mid-lake humps. Crappies are in 30 feet of water and being caught with small jigs. Muskies are on rock piles; black and silver ducktails are working well.
Some of the nice fish being caught this week are:
- Dave Moline (Newport, MN), a 21 ½ inch walleye
- Darren Baty (Clive, IA), 36 and 30 inch northern pike and an 18 inch smallmouth
- Donna Sidmore (Aurora, IL), a 21 ½ inch walleye
- Joanne Cunningham (Dayton, OH), a 25 ½ inch walleye
- Nori Umemoto (San Jose, CA), 48 and 45 inch muskies and a 22 inch walleye
- Mike Cunningham (Dayton, OH), 25 and 20 inch walleyes and 34 and 32 inch northern pike
- Bill Senner (Appleton, WI), a 40 inch muskie, 36 inch northern and 24 inch walleye
- Mark Markley (Appleton, WI), a 23 inch walleye
- Philip Driver (La Quinta, CA), a 33 inch northern and 33 inch muskie (his first muskie ever)
- Duck Bay guide Jimmy, a 39 inch muskie caught off the dock at Duck Bay, a 25 inch walleye and a 36 inch northern
Duck Bay closes for the season on the morning of Saturday September 26th. If you can still get away, we have availability from September 17th - 19th, and from September 21st - 26th.