Published by admin on 11 Jun 2009
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The fish are hungry and biting on anything you put in front of them. This describes the fishing from last week-end. With many anglers fishing in between Hardwoods and Little Hardwood point, in the Meadows. Producing plenty of fish in the 25″ or more range. Our guests are keeping about 60% of what they are catching providing a great group dinner and enough to take home with them.
Other spots on the lake that were hot are Pine Point, Stony Point and around Goose Island. Using Shiners, Red Tails and Fat Heads in about 16′ of water. Fisherman have also started to buy Night Crawlers and Leeches, and coming back for more proving they are working well.
Many crappie coming in from the Shingobee, Pump House Bay and Miller’s Bay area.
The fish fly hatch, or what are also called May flies, has not happened. This being a great thing for the lake, small larvae hatch at the bottom of the lake and rise to the top to then fly around and terrify the city folk. A May fly hatch only happens in truly clean water lakes. Walleye will be in a feeding frenzy, biting on anything including your line.
Make your reservations for next week, June 13 - 20, we still have openings at great rates. In July we also have a few cabins left open for full week stays. Did you know about our 50 slip covered harbor with electrical hook ups? Best harbor on the lake with “Harbor Techs” - dock boys - at your service.
September, a great fishing month will be at reduced lodging rates.