A wet May continues and it does not look like we will see the temperatures rising above 70F this week, with nightly lows in the upper 30s and lower 40s all week keeping the water temperature down. Folks are still grabbing walleye anywhere from 10-30 FOW with the area off Sylvan Beach producing some decent catches. Most are trolling at low speeds to find them (.5 to .7) and we have not gotten much in the way of reports from people moving more quickly to get them–butterfly rigs with the slow speed. A lot of marks, but not as many bites. Getting some reports with sonars, jigging raps, and black bucktails tipped with a worm along the north shore–all sorts of depths came in.
Bass are on and off the beds on the western part of the lake depending on the weather, with many operating around 10 FOW and we have also gotten some decent reports with smallmouth activity in and around Shackleton Shoals on a variety of plastics.