By George Langley
Fall weather conditions have improved fishing action in the North Woods. With water temperatures around 60 degrees, fish are starting their fall feeding patterns. This is a great time to get out on our area lakes for some of the best fishing of the season!
Walleye fishing has been very good and will continue that way through the fall. The walleyes have moved out to deeper water to feed on minnows. To find these fish, anglers need to do a little searching on deeper lakes. Look for big schools of baitfish and minnows on your locator and