Fishermen headed for home just in time yesterday. In the afternoon we received 7-10 inches of snow. For awhile visibility was just about zero, but by evening it had let up. Today we had NW winds about 15-25mph with drifting, but we have the roads open and rentals are going out. Saturday and Sunday some fishermen did very well and others not so. Most of the rentals caught Walleyes, but the numbers were down. Muskies and Northern Pike were seen in numerous spots and that coincided with the areas that did not have much Walleye action. Some Jumbo Perch were caught in the “Tullibee Hole”, but Saturday when most fishermen, (including myself) expected the bite to be good with the approaching storm, is wasn’t. The next day or two we will be digging out and moving houses. I have some ideas that I want to prove.
Keep a Tight Line!! Eddy