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Things have slowed down considerablt on the big pond lately and this seems to happen this time of year, every year. The best action seems to be the perch and those are very hit and miss right now.
People are out looking for walleyes and there really is no set pattern. Some are trolling the mud, some are trolling around the reefs and some are jigging or slip bobbering. I really feel the key is to be on the move and have your full arsenol along with you so you can try several different methods to have some action.
The river seems to be doing well for both catfish and smallmouth bass. The size of some of these cats is pretty amazing and I am also shocked at how big some of these bass are also.
The back waters and inlets all seem to be doing ok for bluegills and other panfish. we have been doing well for bluegills with slip bobbers and small pieces of crawlers. Three to four feet of water is where we have been having our best luck. We did manage to catch a few nice bass also, both large and smallmouths.
Cooler temps in the next fe weeks will help our fishing and get things going again. We always seem to struggle this time of year, but by the time October comes, the fishing gets hot again. The best part is that a lot of people give up on fishing and turn to hunting, so there is very little pressure and it makes for a very comfortable and relaxing day on the lake.
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