Yesterday fishing was slow for most, but there was a few fishermen that did pretty good considering. Walleye bite was slow but some “jumbo” Perch were caught in the a.m. in our “Tullibee Hole” . Lots of big Perch are congregating there looking for mayfly larvae. But they are difficult to catch unless you use a camera. The south end of the Tundra in 17-20 feet did very well for some with nice Perch and overnight good Walleye action. It seemed that last evening was a definite improvement for most compared to Friday night. The barometer dropping probably helped that out a little. This weekend was the first time I’ve seen some decent Perch of any consistency of size. Maybe we’ll have some decent March Perch fishing yet! 25 spots left in the TWP Tournament for next Saturday. Call the office and get one. Entry fee is $40.00/person, limited to 150 contestants. $6000.00 in prizes will be given out. Hopefully the snowstorm will stay to our south for the weekend.
Keep a tight Line!