Captain Ron Rusch Fishing Report

Hot walleye action Aug 18th 2002

Sunday August 18th 2002 continuing to fish the 30 to 40 foot depth area near shore.

This morning the south west wind was stiff with three foot rollers out of the west. The first half hour was dead. Nothing! Very unusual after the past week or so.

The wind was slowly shifting to the west and increasing. A week cold front was minuets away. Rods were in hand, with a tight to the bottom jig, and then it happen with a light rain on the water.

Fish on!

One on !, Three on !, Four on ! , Three on !, Two on ! Four on ! ETC.

They just kept coming. Most were walleye, but the cats were big and full of fight along with those world class sheephead. Perch also were adding to the cooler. The usual junk fish of white bass, white perch, gobies and rockies were also on the hook.

Small mouth were also active adding to the excitement this morning on Lake

The three ticket holders had their limit quick this morning of good size walleye!

Action on Saturday resulted in a good many walleye in the cooler and some of good size.

Source: Captain Ron Rusch August 20, 2002 at 08:57:28

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