S & W Bait's Latest Fishing Report
Date: June 3, 2009
Report: We have finally gotten a day were the wind is not blowing at 20-30 mph. The walleye bite has been tough on area lakes. We have been finding them from right on the edge of the weeds all the way to 20 feet of water. You can pick off a couple here and there but you will work for them. Shiners have been working well and keeping them alive has been a little easier with the cooler water. Look to redtails as the water starts to warm up. The water in the main basins is running about 60 degrees. Look at Gull, North Long or Pelican for the most consistent bite.

The crappie bite is still going strong. There are still in the shallows looking for an easy meal. Some of the smaller lakes have water in the 62-66 degree mark making find crappies easy. Look for them to spawn soon if they have not already. Minnows and puddle jumpers seem to work the best.
Submitted By: JR
 
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