Week ending August 16th

Week ending August 16th
The weather continues very stable with summer-like conditions. Daytime temperatures are in the 70's and low 80's with cooling overnight to the 60's. Winds have been light.Guide report:
Walleyes are being caught in large numbers on reefs and point extensions in 15 - 30 feet of water. Large pike and northern have been elusive, most fish being caught on rock/weed shorelines. Special note: we are expecting big fish to become active this weekend with it being a full moon phase. There will be a super moon Sunday night, that being the biggest moon for 2014. Water temperature is 75 degrees.Pictured at right is Duane Kaiser (Bemidji, MN) with a 28 inch walleye caught last week.

Some of the other nice fish being caught this week are:
Zach Meyer (Watertown, WI), a 22 inch walleye
John Murphy (Oconomowoc, WI), a 37 inch northern
Don Meyer (Ixonia, WI), a 25 inch walleye and 33 inch northern
Paul Pearson (Little Canada, MN), a 19 ½ inch walleye
Colleen Park (Nowata, OK), a 54 inch muskie
Kris Pearson (Rver Falls, WI), a 15 inch crappie
Brian Hanson (Roseville, MN), a 20 inch walleye
Mark Dallmann (Darwin, MN), a 22 inch walleye
Zach Trautman (Lake Benton, MN), 27, 24 and 23½ inch walleyes
Lowell Weaver (Fort Myers Beach, FL), a 51 ½ inch muskie
Jim Funk (Fort Myers Beach, FL), a 25 inch walleye and 38 inch muskie
Jody Riner (Delaware, OK), a 33 inch northern
the Pearson family (Kris, Zach & Paul), over 740 fish during their trip