Today brought us warmer temperatures to start the day along with winds out of the south which kept the water temps from dropping over night. We began fishing today in water depths from 5 to 7 feet of water finding fish a bit active for an hour or so before moving to slightly deeper water to stay on the active fish. We were catching our fish casting Rapala baits working them very slowly due to the fish biting light. The fish we caught were scattered and we would catch one or two fish in an area before having to move and find an area with more fish. As the afternoon wore on we began to lose our wind and the bite completely died for us but not before catching a good mess of some quality pre-spawn walleyes.
Today brought us winds out of the north in the morning with water temps being cold around 36 degrees. But as the day went on winds began to calm and the sun got higher and the water temps began to warm and by the end of our day we had temps on the surface at 41 degrees. The best action we had today was in water depths from 8 to 10 feet of water catching numerous walleyes from 4 to 12 pounds. All of our fish were caught using casting presentations but we had to fish slowly to trigger bites.