Labor Day weekend is here and it feels like yesterday was Memorial Day weekend. The summer flew by fast but the walleye bite is still so hot you would think it's still spring. The walleye are still in the 5 to 7 ft range most days but we are noticing now that they tend to move out deeper on occasion. It's not unlikely to catch good numbers of fish in the 12-13 ft range on any given day. The rock piles and gravel humps are also holding the walleye so finding a place to fish is pretty easy. Pulling hammered gold spinners with bottom bouncers is a great way to get them. Cranks are working too especially the UV or bright colored Rapalas. When using live bait, leeches, crawlers and minnows all work about equally. It's really a matter of personal preference. As Fall approaches the bite should continue to be good and even get better as temps cool off.
This weekend we are having our Annual KickBall Tournament and Labor Day Hog Roast. Stop by and join in all the fun!!