June 22nd Fishing Report

With the right conditions – mainly wind, clouds, or during low-light periods – the points and shoreline breaks are producing walleyes on a jig and minnow or slip bobber and leech in 8 to 15 feet. The 12- to 18-foot gravel and rocks are also producing fish on slip bobbers, while covering water on the main-lake flats and humps in 16 to 24 feet with a live-bait rig has also turned walleyes. It just depends on the day and conditions. Trolling crankbaits during the evening hours on shallow structure shouldn’t be overlooked, either.