Walleye reports have been scarce this week as most people have been targeting Muskies. However, with the water cooling down and being that it is late October larger Walleyes should be situated around deeper holes and drop offs. Walleye suckers and larger fatheads are the key right now.
Musky action has been solid. There has been action on a variety of tactics from live bait to casting and vertical jigging to trolling. Target areas with signs of life on your graph...preferably those areas that are shallow that are bordering steep drop offs. A quick note: Suckers are still scarce but we actually do have a handful in here at Jenk's. Stop on in before they are all gone.
Crappie have been decent in and around the cribs in deeper waters. Crappie Minnows and Gulp! seem to be the ticket on bait.
Sucker update: Suckers as stated above continue to be scarce but we do have a handful of them in stock. Currently we have about 30ish in stock at the moment and possibly a few more may be coming in. The suckers this week are in the smaller Medium range so they are not excessively large fall suckers but they will do. Stop on in before they are sold out!
This weekend looks to be nice with highs in the 50s and lows in the 30s. The rest of the week looks to be in the mid to high 30s for highs with temps in the mid 20s for lows. So far no rain is forecasted for this week at the moment.
1-1.5 feet down
High 40s to Low 50s