The Northern Minnesota fishing report for the last few weeks of October remains good for a lot of species. It has certainly slowed down since the incredible action earlier in the month, but that doesn't mean the fish aren't eating. Spending full days on the water is helping to find those active fish. It seems there are windows throughout the day it gets hot and then some times it is a bit slower. It's not hot and heavy, but putting large walleyes in the boat on a lake like Winni guarantees a good time. The crappie fishing has also stayed solid with a lot of those fish being found vertically in or close to their wintering holes. We have also noticed some sizable pike in the flats of big bays in some popular spearing locations. Makes sense for sure... Hoping to tag one of those on the fly this weekend. All for now!