I have been so busy I am just now able to update what has been going on with the muskies lately. I have found the fish everywhere from deep to ultra shallow in the last two weeks. One day the fish are moving out of areas of 25 ft and the next day, or later that day, they are in 1 ft. With this being said there is one main trick I can give you to stay on top of the muskies. Make sure you do not get sucked into fishing only shallow, or only deep weed edges. Pick out a structure that contains multiple features and deep water near by and begin dissecting it.
With all of the rain lately storm fronts have definitely been a hot ticket if you do not mind fishing right up to when a storm is going to hit. Tonka has had a steady bite going and has been very peaceful to fish with the no wake rule on the entire lake. I ran a guide trip on Monday with two 13 year old boys who did a tremendous job out there. As a storm front was moving in the fish became super active and the boys had multiple chances at fish with one being a low 50 inch class fish. I hooked a mid 40 inch fish boat-side and attempted to hand my rod to one of the boys but the fish got the best of us. All-in-all it was a fun day one the water with a couple young up and coming muskie fishermen.
The fish are biting right now so give Apex Predator Fishing a call and I will put you on the fish!
Here’s a couple from last week.