Over this last weekend I took out groups both days... Saturday we went for Browns and Sunday we tried the Walleyes. The Brown Tout fishing this spring has been very consistent with this last Saturday being some of the best Brown Trout Fishing we had in the last couple of weeks. The browns are still in relatively shallow water, anywhere between 10 - 20 feet, with planner boards taking the majority of our fish. The browns were hitting just about everything we had to offer with the stingers in the blue tuxedo being the best. We limited out on the browns by 12:30 - 1:00, then switched gears to some deep water lakers. I would love to be able to show everyone a "board " of fish but we had some technical difficulties with the camera.
We met a new friend Kahn Chu Sunday to try and ice some walleyes Sunday morning. We started out at Bull Rock, in Black River Bay. Trolled along the northern shoreline of Black River Bay, middle of Black River Bay, and even the Sacketts Harbor Side. We only had a 1/2 day trip, we lost one 'eye off the back of the boat and boated one White Fish. Yippee! Marked a ton of bait and alot of fish out in 30 - 40 feet of water....but that was it! Its been a very tough year for Walleyes for sure.