We are going to LOTW this weekend & i'm wondering if anyone knows how they are biting (walleye)... We usually go out of Rocky Point, but we planned a trip to BorderView Lodge. Any Feedback would be great!!!
The majority of walleyes seem to be moving back toward shore and their numbers are increasing. Near Pine Island that's about where you will be fishing, there's plenty of eating-sized fish to be had in 23 to 32 feet of water. Small, light tackle presentations are turning the majority of bigger fish just before dark. Northern pike action also has improved along the south shore in 16 to 18 feet of water. At the Northwest Angle/Islands area, walleye action remains strong in 24 to 26 feet of water. Snowmobilers with portables are catching nice perch on the reefs and breaks near Garden Island and Little Oak Island. Rattle spoons tipped with a minnow head have produced bigger fish.
On LOW I like to use red or blue glow jigs, gold jigs, and small pink glow hooks.
fished out of wheelers point on tuesday fishing was bad.. fished out of zipple bay today it has picked up..caught one keeper walleye and a few smaller ones.. if you go up there take a snow shovel you may need it as they still have a lot of snow still on the ice..