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Report St Joe River (South Bend)

Stash

Member
Walleye, small mouth and rock bass are still hitting but are going deeper. First time this summer water temp has hit 69 degrees with midnight air temp in the 40's. Fish are starting to move to deep water and larger walleye are getting harder to get. We caught 7 walleye Friday night all between 12-14inches. This is the same spot were the average was over 16-23 inches. Tried different colored cranks, rapelas, and jigs. With water temps dropping fast (10 degree's) in the last week Steelhead will be running sooner rather than later. If anyone is interested in a steelhead fishing buddy this fall let me know. Hope this report help :)
 
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