Fishing report June 1 - 7

Fishing report June 1 - 7

Our week started with unpredictable weather, but it looks to be in the 70's for the rest of the week. Overnight is still cool, so pack to wear layers if your trip is upcoming.

Where are the fish? Right now walleyes are in 25-35 feet of water, northern pike in 4-6 feet and bass are on their spawning beds. Water temperature, depending on the area, is between 60-69 degrees.

Pictured is Myles Rohr (Saint Joseph, MO) with guide Kerry Taylor and Myles' 23 inch walleye. Other nice catches this week are:

Kari Lohmiller (Crosslake, MN), a 22 inch walleye

Tim Deyo (Brooklyn Park, MN), a 25 inch walleye

Keenan Hemming (Inver Grove Heights, MN), a 26 inch walleye

Mark Quandahl (Omaha, NE), a 25 inch walleye

Doug & Ileen Lindner (Warroad, MN), 38 walleyes in one day including Doug's 22 ½ inch

Duck Bay guide Jimmy, a 36 ½ inch northern

Duck Bay guide Bill, a 36 ¼ inch northern

Roger Erb (South Pasadena, FL), a 31 inch northern

Sandi Cross (West Bend, WI), a 24 inch walleye

Tom Rohr (Saint Joseph, MO), a 17 inch smallmouth

Roger Cross (West Bend, WI), a 31 inch northern

Jacob Muller (Coralville, IA), a 25 1/2 inch walleye

Sandi, Roger & Tony Cross (West Bend, WI), over 60 northern pike on the first day of the trip, and over 50 northerns and 25 smallmouth bass on the second day

Duck Bay guide Kerry, an 18 inch smallmouth