Up at the NW Angle, early last week we had some cold weather which has dropped our water temperature to 69 degrees and turned the CRAPPIE bite on! Mid-week, temps in the 90's slowed the bite a little but as of yesterday the cooler weather is back which means the fall crappie season has started! Fish crappies as deep as you can, around that 32 foot mark.
I checked in with guide, Forrest Huset, on the muskie bite, "Musky's have been about the same as last week. Casting shallow rock reefs and rocky shoreline with spinnerbaits and crankbaits producing the most fish."
On the Ontario side, Skeet & Falcon Island are the places to be.
On the Minnesota side, Four Blocks is STILL producing well!
My son and daughter were able to visit this week and get out on the lake.
Guest, Riley, caught his FIRST ever muskie!
Until next week, good fishing!
Sunset Lodge Staff