Tuesday, September 02, 2008

8/30 & 9/1 Fishing Action

The walleye action was redhot again this weekend on Houghton Lake. With 8 keeper walleyes on saturday and 18 keepers on monday. We boated over 60 fish monday between the three teams boats on the water. A lot of 14" fish, so next year should be productive also.

All of our fish were caught in 4 to 6 FOW, dragging Storm thundersticks and Rapala tail dancers. The most productive lures being the white thunderstick and the blue/silver taildancer. This is in an area we have been fishing most of the summer with some really good success.

It's getting closer to the well antipated hunting season with early goose season starting 9/1. So get out on the water before your hanging in a tree or laying in a cornfield. There is still plenty of good weather to go catch fish.

We plan to fish Houghton Lake as much as possible before our Wyoming trip in October, we will reply back soon with more great fishing action.