The “dog days” of summer are here, and the walleye are adjusting, and anglers need to adjust too. Summer can provide some of the most consistent fishing of the season as the weather settles in, water temps start to stabilize, and walleye’s metabolism turns up.
Spending lots of time on the water and being able to chat with lots of other anglers means that every year new things are learned. Good anglers are always looking for an edge, and gathering information, keeping good records and more.
Walleye fishing is what brought most of us to the TFAC, but there are so many other fishing opportunities that go ignored because we simply focus on catching walleye. Some of us may occasionally venture off to try something new, but the Great Lakes region offers so much that most of us never even try.