We continue to head north and are currently at approximately the 15-mile mark past Pine Island on to Big Traverse Bay in 32-35 feet of water.
We continue to head north and are currently at approximately the 15-mile mark past Pine Island on to Big Traverse Bay in 32-35 feet of water. Fishing continues to be steady despite the temperature swings we’ve had this week. It was snowing and blowing the last couple of days so our crew is out there doing cleanup today. We are still sorting through a mix of big and little fish with lots of slot fish being released.
Captain Mike says glow and gold colors continue to be the best bet but pink and white glow are doing well too. Some anglers are reporting that glow stick inserts and plain hooks are the hot item to have.
The temperature is currently -17 degrees and the forecast is saying clear to partly cloudy skies with high temps in the single digits below zero and overnight lows in the -20 range.
COVID-19 update: We continue to follow Minnesota Department of Health guidelines to do our part in preventing the spread. We are providing disposable tableware for our cabin guests to use during their stays with us. Our fish houses, outhouses, and transportation are sanitized daily. We don’t have any idea when we will be able to return to normal but we sure hope it’s soon. Until then, we will continue to be diligent in our efforts to keep our staff and guests safe and healthy.