Up at the NW Angle, we are still fishing deep - look for deep points that go into 28-32 feet troughs. The deep points have been the most consistent for crappies and walleyes. Emerald shiners are showing up in the current channels the Canadian side and in the river on the Minnesota side. Our leaves are just starting to turn!
On the Canadian side, we are fishing deep points off Falcon Island.
Forrest has had quite a week fishing muskies on the Canadian side! Here is his fishing report for the week: "Fall pattern's for musky are in full swing. Fishing deeper rock reefs throwing crankbaits and stick baits during the day. Evening topwater and blade bite has been fantastic. A few fish still in cabbage beds but they are mainly on the rock shelf's. 3-4 more weeks until Trolling season begins!"
On the Minnesota side - fishing south of Oak, out in the mud, around the reefs at about 23 feet. The mid lake humps on the Minnesota side are done but fish the mud out around them. Out in the mud around Four Blocks, starting to fish Garden and Northwest Point which is the go to spot on the Minnesota side in the fall.
We are getting our duck decoys ready and seeing lots of local ducks. Lots of wild rice this year which makes it fun to do some jump shooting. Check out our website for information on our fall "Blast & Cast" combo!
Until next week, good fishing!
Sunset Lodge Staff