Administative Note-We will close Friday November 10th at noon and be closed all day Saturday Nov 11th- My oldest son Mario is getting married so we will all be in attendance. – Back to regular hours on Sunday
The water flow has begun to slow-this is the first heavy rain we have had in quite some time..as the water drops head to the mouth of creeks and streams and target some crappie. Still a smallmouth or two being caught and good things should start happening up at the Providence dam as the water drops.
Surface Temp 50
Winds SW 10 ~ 15 knots
Waves 1 ~ 3
Water Clarity: Fair, Mudded up some but mud lines are pretty defined
Fully stocked with Emerald Shiners
Fishing has been great in local creek chanels in the area.
Please make sure you have permission if fishing local marinas. Private property is only accessible with permission, no different than your property.. RESPECT and consideration goes a long way.
Bite remains great. Casting the reefs, Rip Rap, Piers, and shorelines has been producing early, late and at night (P10’s, Ripsticks, and shallow bill cranks) and there was a good trolling bite out around the reef complex (P10’s Bandits, DHJ 12’s and even Crawler harnesses all still in the mix.)
Not many Reports with the walleye bite being hot: Fish are still here and they are still pulling fish around the Intake, L Can, north side of the Picket Fence D and G Cans, NW of W Sister Island, NW of A Can, Flat Rock, and Crib Reefs have been producing as well..
Have Fun, Be Safe and Good Luck Fishing.