Remembering those who gave their lives
A steady warm weather pattern was the story for this week. This had water temps warming up fast and the fish getting a little more active. Currently the eater fish still seem to be deep 25-35 feet and bigger fish 10-20 feet.
The weeds have begun to show up in some of the shallow bays and this will have the walleyes in shallow to feed on all the small bait looking for weed cover. This means lots of big walleye and keeper walleye will be moving shallower through the next couple of weeks.
Crappie action will be good the following week or more, as water temps are perfect for the crappie spawn. Big shallow bays are perfect areas to look for these crappies. A little tip I have found to be true, is that the crappie bite will be a lot better on cloudy, rainy days, over bright sunny days. This means that if you know it will be sunny and you want to find crappie, try fishing them early morning or towards evening when the sun isn’t so intense.
Memorial weekend is over and now is the perfect time to make your summer plans to get up to the Ash River area to do some fishing and enjoying the National Park! It looks like temps this coming week will stay warm with a few scattered storms throughout the week. Water levels are almost near normal again.
Always remember that the freedoms we enjoy today were not free but given to us by the ones who gave their lives!
Fun Fishing From,
Northern Limits Guide Service