|Trolling the North Shore with the Minn Kota Terrova|
|Rapala Scatter Rap 10 FOW|
|North Shore Walleye|
We launched out the North boat launch at 5am this morning hoping to get a few hours of fishing in before the wind picked up. Our first trolling areas was in 8 FOW along the shoreline heading out to the East Bay. The area was missing all of the weed cover that normally holds a few walleyes, so we didn't spend a lot of time searching the area. At 6:30am we moved out into 10 to 13 FOW and marked fish suspended at 8 foot. We setup to troll and hooked seven walleyes by 9am. All of the fish were caught on the new Rapala Scatter Rap minnow bait trolled at 2 mph.
Todays trip we found the fish were hanging in 10 to 13 FOW suspended over the weeds. We are finding that the weed areas have changed, some are gone and areas we could never troll have thinned out. These weed cover changes will make for some new fishing opportunities and will shutdown some of our old favorite shallow water spots. Water temp on the North Shore this morning was a cool 61F today.