|Walleye, muskie fishing turning to fall patterns|
By George Langley
We are in full fall swing from a fishing standpoint and it is great out there.
The main species targeted out there at this time of year are walleye and muskie. With the decline in the water temperatures, both of these fish are in feeding mode and providing good action for anglers. When you combine that action with the beauty of the fall colors, it is a magnificent time to be outdoors in the North Woods.
The lakes still need significant rainfall, so the landings on some lakes are a little bit iffy. Weeds are dying off at a fast rate now, so fish the deeper weeds for more success, as the shallow weeds
|Tuesday, September 27, 2011 2:10 PM|