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Walleye Bite is slow Think the Walleye are Still Spawning. May 4 to May 10, 2015

Anglers enjoyed a week of great weather and even better temperatures.  With the Opening Weekend Tournament over, anglers geared back to a more leisurely pace of fishing and camping. 

The Walleye bite was slow and sporadic all week and through the weekend.  Walleye were being caught and the late evening bite seems to be working best.  Anglers that are having the most success are using planer boards to get their baits away from the boats and using either worm harnesses or crank baits.  Perch are really attacking worms and many anglers have switched to minnows to help avoid the constant re-baiting.  Again this week the hotspots remain shallow shoals, “the narrows”, and the mouths of creeks and rivers.

Pike continue to bite well.  One of the best bites that we have seen for pike and the mouth of sucker creek being one to the best spots to catch them.

We have minnows, worms and leeches in stock.  Ask us to show you the hot spots on the map when you arrive.  For those of you not familiar with” Navionics” already, do yourself a favour and download the app to your smartphone.  It costs about $17.00 and will provide you with the most detailed map of the bay that I am aware of and will let me pin point spots for you to try.

Be sure to ask us about our FREE DRAW for a Summer Walleye Charter and Accommodation!

Good Luck and Tight Lines!