After a may fly hatch last week the walleye slowed down. They have started biting again. A nice seven pounder was caught in the Bowstring River north of Little Sand on minnow. Some nice northern including a seven pounder are being caught in the same area with the same bait.
The bluegill and sun fish are being caught in the about five feet of water using the nightcrawler. Jumbo perch and sunfish are also coming off the bridge at Anchor Inn.
Those mayflies really slow down the bite. Ours are done thank god,too hard to breath with all of those buggers scooting around your head. The bite is picking back up ,but with the warmer weather they shouild be moving back out to cooler water.I am still getting eyes in the 10 foot mark.
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