2-3 lb pike are common as usual just about anywhere. Small mouth bass as well. Daley and Tom Cod have been on fire for pike. Just about any gradual sloping rocky shorelines for bass casting crawdad colored Rapalas as they are the food of choice.
With our constantly changing weather pattern giving anglers the fits adjusting day by day is important as fish are always on the move. Keep moving to locate active fish and you will be successful.
Starting to see water skiers and tubes on the water which is a sure sign summer is here! All of the Voyageurs National Park visitors centers are open so plan accordingly to book your trip to see the park. Kettle Falls Hotel is also in full swing and a must go to if you have the time. It is also a great time to take a hike on one of the many trails the park has to offer as you never know what you will see around the bend.
One last note. The long awaited strawberry moon was a bust as we had cloud cover move in 5 minutes after after it broke the horizon. We did get to see it for just a few minutes though! Oh well, maybe next year.