Rain Mist Wind High Wind Sun (I Think) Gale force wind Calm and Beautiful
Started out the weekend to a Saturday morning downpour that slowed me down a bit. But was soon on my way to Crosby. I found the campsite with a little help from our local conservation officers. (thanks guys) I recommend that if you give someone a map put some kind of reference to distance! This was a northern pike adventure and proved to be all of that! It was hard to make it 50 feet without a fish on! It didnt take long to get our 3 and I left those guys to head back to big sandy for an evening walleye bite!
Saturday evening provided a ton of walleye action in the bays. Everyone seemed to be catching fish! I still havent replaced my finder but assume the water temp took a good rise witch increased the action. The key for us was 6 to 3 foot of water and rocks. Hammered copper lindys and watch out four the toothy serpents.
Sunday morning provide the same action just a different side of the bay.
All in all it was pretty easy to take a limit of walleye this weekend. I would assume with the weather outlook memorial will provide some good fishing!
A couple of hints on Sandy; most people our fair weather fisher people. If the weather conditions are not perfectly sunny the dont go out. 5 and 6 am is almost non-existent for 70% of the boaters. I did not see a boat Sunday morning till 9am. On windy days when you should be fishing the rough side most are on the calm side?
Even eminent chartered accountants are known, in their capacity as fishermen, blissfully to ignore differences between seven and ten inches, half a pound and two pounds, three fish and a dozen fish. ~ William Sherwood Fox, Silken Lines and Silver Hooks, 1954