Fall is here and I thinking it’s going to stay. What a drastic change in the temps we had over the past couple of weeks. The water temps are also dropping pretty fast with the strong winds and cool nights we have been having. The morning water surface temps on Gull have dropped into the upper 50’s already but usually warm up into the mid 60’s during the day. Fishing has still been pretty darn good on Gull. The past couple days the bite has slowed a little due to the recent cold front but still pretty darn consistent. The walleyes are still tight to the weeds in some spots but others we are now seeing schooled up in 18-24’. The deeper fish haven’t been showing up as good on the electronics but are out there. The walleyes should continue to migrate to deeper haunts as the water temps continue to cool. Butch had a trip this past week with clients catching a 26.5” and a 28” walleye that were both release along with a gob of 14-20 inch fish. Redtails on Lindy rigs continue to be our presentation of choice. We have done some jigging with mild success so far. The best fishing time of the year is officially here and we will be hunting for hawg walleyes until ice up. If you’re looking for a chance at catching a fish of a life time give a call and book your trip.