With the whitetail rut in full swing it's hard to think about fishing, but after nine days of straight hunting all of us were ready for a short break. We took the afternoon off and headed over to Pratt Lake to try our luck hooking a few walleye and marking spots for first ice. Overall, we found one spot on the East Shore in 15 FOW that produced six fish all pike and bass. I marked the spot and will check it out when we start ice fishing. Water temp was a cool 46 F and the dock at the launch is pulled ashore for the winter.