The weather continues to be a problem as has been the trend for quite some time now.  The bluegills are starting to go onto their beds, the cooler weather that we have had up to now has been slowing them down.  The problem is going to be water clarity with all of the rain we got yesterday (June 13th).  Other then the bluegill spawn the rest of the fish are starting to settle into their normal summer habits.  The northern bite remains above average, and I think that will continue through the summer.   The main channel is still a bit high, although if you have been fishing the last few years with the exception of last summer it will seem normal.  Stop in for the latest report!

Thanks,
Chad