Saugers and walleyes are biting in 19 to 31 feet of water along the south shore. There’s been plenty of action and fish to bring home with the occasional trophy walleye, eelpout, pike, perch, sturgeon and tullibee mixed in, as well.
Anglers are catching limits of walleyes with jigs and frozen shiners on the Rainy River, Four-Mile Bay, in front of Lighthouse and Morris Point gaps, Zippel Bay, Twin Islands, Stony Point, Knight Island and Bridges Island in 25 to 30 feet of water.
Anglers continue to catch walleyes from Stony Point down to Long Point, all the way over to Lighthouse Gap. The deep mud and rock reefs of Big Traverse Bay are holding fish in 25 to 35 feet of water, with crankbaits, spinner rigs and jigs providing the best action.
Limits of walleyes continue to be taken with spinner rigs and crawlers in 30 to 32 feet of water in Big Traverse Bay. Anglers jigging and pulling crankbaits are finding schools of active walleyes scattered from the Lighthouse Gap to Rocky Point up to Garden Island.
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