|A West Lake trophy from earlier this|
I managed to get on the water just about every day this week at Central. As mentioned before walleye were caught at just about every depth, from 6 ft to 30 ft. Vertical jigging with 1/4 and 3/8 oz jigs tipped with 3" Ripple Shad or Fluke Gulp tails worked best. A black1/4 oz echotail boated several fish in the 22-25" range. The high sun afternoons did cause walleye fishing to slow but would pick right back up in the afternoon/evening. Forward trolling a Hot N Tot or Reef Runners in roughly 15 ft are a great way to break up the monotony.
The pike bite has remained more productive in the
|Big walleye on a medusa?! Maybe it's a new trend.|
Lots of people have been asking me to post Mom's famous jalapeno corn recipe, so here it is.
Super easy to make and it is for a serving size of 6.
|Ryan and Gunner out for a paddle on the new|
paddle board at Central.
3 cans kernel corn (drained)
1- 8 oz tub of soft Herb and Garlic cream cheese
1 chopped fresh jalapeno (seeds removed) or bottled jalapeno to taste
Sprinkle with fresh chives and parsley
Mix well and bake at 350 degrees for 30 min in an oven safe dish.
Enjoy, it's a favorite among our customers.
Good luck on the water everyone!