Today is the last day of the near-record heat although with the relief will come some showers and storms in the second half of the day. Things cool down a bit before temperatures rise again early next week. Keep an eye out later in the day for the storms.
Walleye action remains steady for those trolling between .9 and 1.5 using harnesses (willow blades and smile blades for those moving slower). The deeper water south of 121 to 125 and the deeper water north of 113 to 121 are the areas where the most walleye are being taken. We did get a few reports of some very quick limits last night from those areas–overall reports were good from 30-40 FOW along with the even deeper areas. Those jigging grabbed some walleye in and around 113 in some shallower water, mostly on blades/sonars. Bays and structure for bass, good largemouth action between shore and Dutchman Island. Folks are still grabbing some nice perch along the way with sizes increasing.
It looks like most of the concrete work is done at the Cleveland Dock with primarily landscape work left. The amusement park in Sylvan Beach will remain closed through this year due to COVID.