Walleye action is good to very good, with fish nearing the end of spawn. Best fishing is in early morning and late afternoon into dark. Target shallow areas in low light, and shallow/mid-depth humps, bars, and rocky points during the day. Walleye suckers, fatheads, crawlers, and plastics, stickbaits, crankbaits, and minnowbaits are all producing.

Northern Pike:
Northern pike are on the prowl and providing good action. Find them around shallow to mid-depth weeds, points, panfish concentrations, and warm back bays that receive sun. Northern suckers under bobbers, spinnerbaits, spoons, and bucktails will all grab their attention.

Largemouth Bass:
Largemouth bass fishing is improving with the water warming. Work weeds, stumps, rock, sand, shallow flats, and other structure that absorbs sunlight and holds warmth. Top baits, fished slowly, include Ned rigs, jigs/plastics, Texas-rigged worms, and spinnerbaits.

Smallmouth Bass:
Smallmouth bass action is fair to good, with fish on rocks, rock humps, points, bars, and other hard bottoms looking for crayfish, minnows, and other favorite foods. Sucker minnows and fatheads, plastics, swimbaits, and crankbaits in crayfish colors, Ned rigs, and stickbaits will all work for smallmouth (catch-and-release until June 18!)

Crappie fishing is good and improving as the water warms to the upper 50s/60s spawning temperatures. Look for fish around weeds out to 12 feet, moving shallower or deeper with the storm fronts. Crappie minnows, fatheads, waxies, Gulp! baits, Tattle-Tails, and plastics on jigs, plain hooks, and/or under slip bobbers are all working.

Bluegill fishing is very good as fish start to stage for spawning in the near future. Look for fish in and just off the shallows out to 10 feet or so, in bays, along shorelines, and around weeds, wood, stumps, and other types of cover. Small jigs tipped with waxies, worms, crawler chunks, small minnows, and plastics all work great.

Perch fishing is good around shallow to mid-depth weeds. Jigs and plain hooks with fatheads, crappie minnows, minnow heads, waxies, and plastics, fished with/without slip bobbers, will produce some action.