The walleye bite so far in June has been excellent. A jig and minnow is still the easiest way to catch fish but many anglers are starting to switch into summer mode and pull spinners with minnows. Leeches and crawlers are becoming more inviting to those hungry walleyes too. I've even heard of a few people slamming them with crank baits. The Salmo Rattlin' Hornet is deadly right now on the North shore! Jig and spinner colors vary but your bright chartruce, pink, gold and silvers provide good flash in our dark waters. The walleye are still hanging in the 4 to 7 ft range, but the windy days may drive them out a little deeper untill the water calms again. Our lake levels are up considerably since last fall so getting out is not a problem.Check out our availability page for openings in our campsites or cabins!!