The bite is starting to pick back up, with bass and crappies providing some good action.
Crappies are the rage at this stage of the open-water experience.
Water temperatures are hanging around 50 degrees across the state. What’s that mean for the bite?
Rising water temperatures have stoked the crappie bite.
Water temperatures continue to warm, along with the fishing bite for everything from perch, to crappies, to walleyes.
The water temps and fishing bite are warming up.
Most lakes are free of ice, and overall, the fishing is reportedly good.
The ice is all but gone from waters across the state. And the fishing? Depends on the species and fishery you’re targeting. Check out what’s what here.
Open-water fishing is the norm these days as the ice has all but disappeared. And those open-water anglers are catching fish. Here’s where – and what.