Water level has just crested and slowly falling. Flow and temp are slowly falling as well. Clarity is improving but still not great.
This week was another one where we covered a lot of water in search of fish. Early in the week we were able to catch some walleyes in the upper end and some crappies down into the lake. By the end of the week we had to go way south to find clean enough water to get bit consistently.
Crappies seem to be starting to scatter in the 6-10 depths up down the right shorelines. It seems as always that steep breaking areas adjacent to deep water are critical ingredients for success. This bite will get better as water temps cool and water clears.
The walleye bite should also catch fire soon as water clarity improves and water temps start to decrease.
Pics below reflect just what I talked about. Some really nice crappies in the first picture from early in the week. Tom Olson and Dave Torgeson show off a few.
Dave Rippon, Brian Swierenga and John Andrews are in the next few with some from the end of the week.
Leon Alsleben in the last one with one from Saturday.