October 26th FISHING REPORT:

Temps have been fluctuating the last few days, and you might have to move around a little bit to find the big boys. Little saugers and walleyes are abundant, but the eaters are there all along the south shore, as is common for this time of year; Pine Island, Zippel Bay, Long Point, Graceton Beach and the Gap in 18-30′. Most anchored up with jig and shiner. Pink, pink/white and gold colors working good. Reefs holding schools of walleyes if you can get there through the wind the last few days.

River is still producing, and shiners are still active there further east. The cold front today and tomorrow should stir the shiners up, and we are expecting a good bite if you can handle the cold.

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