I will have some limited availablity for the next few weeks.
I'll be in the Eagle River/St Germain area on a short trip starting Friday but I'll be back for the weekend of the 12th.
If you're interested in getting out, please contact me asap to confirm your date.
Bass and Walleye fishing is set to get super good as they start moving to fall transitional areas. I would imagine the cold front that is headed our way is likely to trigger some fish.
Musky fishing should be in full swing by the 20th. Just in time for the Ironman Tournament on Okauchee. Could this be the year for Okauchee to break the 50inch mark in a tournament?
See you on the water!
Tuesday, September 2, 2008
You wouldn't know it by the heat today, but Labor Day has passed, and summer is at an end. I like to think of the next two months as early fall.
Guided Sunday during the afternoon, both the bite and the boat traffic were tough. I got a chance to meet Eagle's warden, when he checked me. I did enjoy the conversation and I do like to know the warden's by name/face.
Tough bite ended good, with this nice smallie for Trent.
Finesse approaches seem to be working right now.
Posted by Chris at 3:20 PM