Prime time for fall walleye fishing. Patterns remain the same on Emily, Waska, and Malmadahl. No reports from Ann or Reno. Long is still slime green. Weather looks good for next week so go fishing!
Waska and Emily continue with a good fall bite. See last week's report. Ann lake has been good for walleyes using crawlers and spinners in 10 feet of water during the day. Malmadahl has also been good for walleyes still fiahing from shore during the day. Still no reports from other area lakes.
Fall walleye fishing has really picked up on Waska. During the day use minnows and jigs. Some people are still using crawlers and spinners. Evenings use shallow cranks in 7-8 feet of water. Shore fishing for walleyes on west side of Emily has been good. Still fish with live bait is best for Emily. Have not heard any good reports for other area lakes.
Still the same as last week for Reno. More jig and minnow bite on Waska during the day in 14-16 feet of water. Evenings on Waska troll with shallow cranks in 7-8 feet of water. The weather has been poor with a lot of wind and rain. West end of Emily is good for walleyes using live bait. No other lakes to report as fishing pressure has been light.
Fall fishing patterns are starting. On Reno shallow cranks in 7-9 feet of water in late evening has been good. Nothing to report on Reno during day. A few fishermen going to west shore on Emily using minnows. Nothing to report on Long lake yet. Walleyes still in 20-24 feet on Waska during the day. Evening fishing using shallow cranks is starting on Waska. Not much with jigs and minnows. Sunfish has been good this past week using waxies or crawlers.
Same as last three weeks. Lake temps are cooling but still no jig and minnow bite. The fishing has been good and fishing pressure light.
The same report as the last two weeks. Fishing pressure has been light this past week. Walleye, bass, and panfish have all been good on area lakes.
See last week's report. Pretty much the same. Not a lot of fishing this past week. Osakis has been hot for crappies and sunnies. The north end has been best.
Walleyes are still being caught on Waska and Reno. Use crawlers with spinners on Waska in 20-24 feet of water. Crankbaits early in morning and late evening have been best on Reno. Use crawlers or waxworms on small jigs for sunnies on Waska. Spinnerbaits around docks and shallows have been good early and late in day on Waska. Reports from other area lakes have been quite.
I was gone all week. Reports seem to be much the same as last week.