According to our fishing expert, Jon Muich of Buck’s Hardware…walleyes continue to bite at various depths.
Gunflint Lake is reporting a little walleye action in 25 to 32 feet of water using a jig and minnow. Lakers deeper around 60 or 70 feet using a jig or spoon tipped with a minnow.
Elbow is reporting hits in 6 to 12 feet of water around the weed lines. A slip bobber and a leech or minnow should do it. You might want to take some sucker minnows with you and check out the northerns too.
East Twin and Two Island lakes are also giving up a few walleyes. Slip bobbers in 12 to 18 feet.
Lakers on Greenwood 80 feet of water are suspending around 50 to 60 feet.
Saganaga is reporting lakers in 60 to 70 feet of water. They’re trolling with spoons. Some fish were being caught with jig and minnow in fifty feet or so.
And don’t forget the smallies. They are still hitting out there so if you’re looking for action, look for the smallies. Spinners, jig and minnow or crawler, or slip bobber with a leech.