Fishing Reports Northern Minnesota
With the cold temperatures fast approaching walleyes amongst other game species are trying to put on the weight. They are seeking forage that has moved out of the thick weed cover. Sparse patches of green cabbage are holding an abundance of baitfish and predators. The time though is now, with water temperatures plummeting daily this incredible bite might not last long... We are hoping for another round this weekend of amazing fishing, but know the reality is it may drop below 50 degrees. If so, there's a good chance this run is over. If it stays though, I'm dragging Collin out to try to get a few on the fly! It's that good!
One thing that's making the local bite so much fun right now is that prime jigging depth of 12-15 feet. If you are seeing bait on the graph, know you are in the juice. Drop it down!