Houston Guides Captain Jarryd Houston presents his new report on Buzz Sting Lake Superior.
We have been on Lake Superior here and it has been cold the last few weeks, which has affected the fish. You know, we still catch a few here and there, but for the most part, it’s been tough fishing with this polar vortex we’ve encountered.
The fish we caught came from our posts and jigging spoons with clam leeches and other spoons tipped with minnows. We worked this lure a few feet off the bottom.
We have Super Lake brown trout, flake and whitefish. Some anglers are finding a few walleye and pike. It was just a mixed bag. As temperatures rise, these fish should tighten up a bit and anglers can spread out and create some holes.
Scholarships are starting to flow into the St. Marys River Louis. As the end of the season approaches, there will be more fish swimming in the river, so keep your eyes open.
While the inshore fishing is going on in the Duluth area, the boys are catching some panfish in the ponds. Crappies and marigan are being caught on small rods with wax worms, spikes or plastics. The prime time windows were the best windows to grab.
On the grassy points you can catch pike and perch with suction cups or cleaners.
That’s it for my report on the bite of the Supreme Buzz. As always it was safe, good luck fishing and enjoy this beautiful weather we have in the forecast.
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