The lake is finally on a steady drop of about 4″ per day.  The recent rains have helped cool the surface temp, making for some much better fishing conditions.  Most species are still hanging deep though.  Early morning has produced some decent top water bites this past week!  Should see the walleye bite get better with these temps cooling off.  Hope to get back to levels where anglers can bottom bounce night crawlers again! 

Water Level – 683.8 and falling  (Normal is 660.00)

Water Temp – 83 to 86 degrees

Water is Clear 

Black Bass – Good to Fair on heavy jigs, big plastic Plum worms and a variety of plastic Craws and Creature baits.  Also hitting on large crank baits off the points.  Try top water very early morning.  Spook or Whopper Plopper.

Walleye – Fair to Slow on medium to large crank baits.  Try trolling a deep diving crank bait that will go down around 20 to 25 ft!  If you graph them deep, drop a 3/4 oz silver or white spoon.

Crappie – Fair to slow on live minnows.

Blue Gill – Good on worms in the coves.  Small hook and a bobber!