Fishing report June 24 - 30:

Fishing report June 24 - 30:

Fishing report from the Duck Bay guides: the recent heat wave has brought surface water temperature to 80 degrees; shallow areas of the lake are weeding out. Walleyes are being found in 25-30 feet of water on humps, northern pike are in 6-10 feet of water. Bass have finished spawning and are on rocky shorelines with boulders.

Biggest muskie of the season (so far) was caught by Bernie Janeczko - 49 inches! Shown with guide Bill Luney. Some of this weeks' other great catches are:

Phil Carlson (Lee's Summit, MO), 25 ½ and 24 inch walleyes

Pat Harrington (Venice, FL), 24 and 22 inch walleyes

John Hammerly (Lake Elmo, MN), a 24 inch walleye

Jay Krupco (Kansas City, MO), a 24 inch walleye and 33 inch northern

Diane Padgett (Waco, TX), a 37 inch northern

Scott Bullock (Fridley, MN), a 25 inch walleye

Jan Borrell (Maple Grove, MN), a 23 inch walleye

Duck Bay guide Bill Luney, a 26 inch walleye

Kyle Kolbet (Rochester, MN), a 22 ½ inch walleye

Nick Koenigs (West Des Moines, IA), an 18 inch smallmouth

Axel Shain (Pennsville, NJ), an 18 inch smallmouth

Lou Shain (Lexington, KY), a 36 inch northern pike

Gary Borrell (Maple Grove, MN), a 22 inch walleye

Duck Bay guide Kerry Taylor, a 40 inch muskie