Still nothing to report for northern and bass. Still catching some walleye and sunnies. Use crawlers with spinners on outside edge of weedlines for walleyes. Waxies or small leeches in 12 feet of water has been best for sunnies. Some nice big crappies have been biting on west side of Reno.
Same as past three weeks. Water temp is still cool. Would advise fishing this week as temps and humidity will rise water temps and slow our fine late summer fishing.
Same as last two weeks. That's good because fishing slows in August. I think the water temp is still cool enough the fish are still active.
Very much the same as last week. Dog days of summer are coming, so last week and this week's reports are about as good as it gets.
Reports are somewhat better this week. Use crawlers or leeches for walleyes on Waska. Go inside weed line in 8-10 feetof water or 12=15 feet of water on outside edge of weeds. Sunnies are still hard to locate. Best depth for sunfish is 12 feet of water. Not much to report for bass or northerns. Reno is still fairly good for walleyes and crappies. Also some activity on Pocket lake for crappies.
Slow. All area lakes slow. On Waska some sunnies are being caught in 10-12 feet of water on school house bar using small leeches. A few walleyes are being caught in 8-10 feet of water using crankbaits. Start on school house bar and work your way to Bottle Bay. Inconsistent, sorry.
Much the same as last week. Walleyes being caught on Reno, Waska, and Emily. Live bait is best but no other consistent pattern. Sunnies and a few crappies are being caught on Waska using small jigs and small leeches or minnows. No reports on bass or northerns.
We are finally going to have some nice weather. Everybody get out and enjoy the 4th. Fishing report is identical to last week. Have fun!
Walleye fishing has no consistent pattern on Waska. Live bait seems to be the best bet, but no certain depth or area. East side of Reno still fairly good for walleyes using live bait. Emily and Long have shut down for eyes. Bass and sunfish have been really active on Waska in 12 feet of water. That is the depth to be in all over the lake. Northerns just starting to hit trolling cranks in 6-8 feet of water.
A solid week of rain, storms,and wind have left a lot of frustrated fishermen. Still have reports of walleye being taken on Reno and Waska. Emily and Long have slowed up. Bass fishing has been great on Waska and Reno. Sunfish have been good on Waska and crappies are good on Reno. Hopefully our weather improves soon!