Saginaw Bay Area Weekly Fishing Report  07/28/2016

Saginaw Bay Area Weekly Fishing Report 07/28/2016

Saginaw Bay: Those trolling were getting a few walleye. It seems you need to keep moving until you find a concentration of active fish. The better areas were the Dumping Grounds, the Callahan Reef, the green Spark Plug (Buoys 1 & 2) in 30 feet, the red Spark Plug (Buoys 11 & 12) in 25 […]

Saginaw Bay Area Weekly Fishing Report  07/07/2016

Saginaw Bay Area Weekly Fishing Report 07/07/2016

Saginaw Bay walleye anglers are catching a lot of freshwater drum, some catfish and a few really nice yellow perch. Those trolling crawler harnesses are catching the most while those using crank baits and spoons have caught the least. The most productive area was near Buoys 1 & 2 (green spark plug) in 28 to 30 […]

DNR launches bait shop locator application to assist public

DNR launches bait shop locator application to assist public

DNR launches bait shop locator application to assist public The Michigan Department of Natural Resources recently launched a new tool on its website that assists individuals with locating retail bait shops across Michigan. The Retail Bait Shop Locator is a comprehensive map featuring licensed bait retailers that sell minnows, wigglers and crayfish to the general public. […]

Saginaw Bay Area Weekly Fishing Report  06/16/2016

Saginaw Bay Area Weekly Fishing Report 06/16/2016

Saginaw Bay had good walleye fishing on the right day. Fish were caught in 20 feet off Linwood, 22 feet east of the Spark Plug, and in 26 feet out near Buoy #1. From the Saginaw River mouth, some boats were fishing out on the Bar. Harnesses were best but some were also trolling spoons […]

Saginaw Bay Area Weekly Fishing Report  06/10/2016

Saginaw Bay Area Weekly Fishing Report 06/10/2016

Saginaw Bay walleye were coming from 20 feet off Linwood and Buoys G, A, and B and the pencil buoys. Walleye were caught around Spoils Island in the early morning before sunrise and off the Callahan Reef when heading out from the river mouth, Finn Road or Quanicassee. The hot spinners were purple, pink, chartreuse, anti-freeze, […]