Guide report: Walleyes are on mid-lake humps in 20-26 feet of water. Northern pike are on rocky shorelines in 6-8 feet of water; black & orange and white & red spinnerbaits are working well. Muskies are being found in weedy bays and bass are on their spawning beds.
The biggest walleye of the year so far has been caught by Jim Blissenbach, pictured above with his 28 ½ inch fish. Other nice catches this week are:
John Liebler (Cornelius, NC), a 19 ½ inch smallmouth; as well, his first muskie and the largest fish he has ever caught - a 44 inch muskie!
Mike McGonigle (Kansas City, MO), a 44 inch muskie
Mark Register (Helena, AL), a 38 inch muskie
Jim Blissenbach (Woodbury, MN), 28 ½, 24 and 20 inch walleyes
Chris Vorce (Prosper, TX), a 25 inch walleye
Bobbi & Kevin Moran (Omaha, NE), each a 22 inch walleye
Jim Trenolone (Kansas City, MO), a 35 inch muskie
Doug Barefield (Plano, TX), a 19 inch walleye
Duck Bay guide Bill Luney, a 27 inch walleye
This Fishing Report was submitted on 6/24/2019 2:11:28 PM by duckbaylodge.
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