Water temp this morning was about 68 at ruark, but ended the day about
72. The water was super clear, even with all of the rain we have
gotten. I fished from greaser to googer and up to birch.
The walleye bite was slow this morning but started to pick after 10 am.
worms and jigs in 18 to 20 foot of water produced the most fish.
Had some of the biggest bluegill I've ever caught on the lake today. we
had several that were pushing 8 inches and were pretty thick. caught
them while we were walleye fishing but we actually stopped and fished
for them since they were so big. makes for some good eating.
The bass were awesome. we had 5 keepers on jigs in 18 to 22 foot of
water. biggest fish was about18" long. No telling how many 13 to 14
inchers we caught.
The crappie are moved off shore and are suspended in 30 foot of water.
It's trolling time and it's what i'm going after with my people
tomorrow. will be trolling flicker shad and some bandits.
Don't forget, never be ashamed to wear a lifevest!!! I'm getting really
close to being booked up thru june, so if you are wanting a trip, let me
know before to long. And as always, if you have a boat and just need
some advice, give me a call and i will do what i can to send you to some
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