Fishing continues to be fantastic as we wind down the summer and ramp up fall in Northern Ontario.  The water levels continue to drop (make sure your trim tab is up) but the fishing is wonderfully consistent.  Groups earlier this week had great success with northern pike–we saw 7 water wolves over 40 inches caught and released and the walleye are eating almost anything you throw at them. Most groups are fishing the river and the north shore of the main lake. Seagull Island continues to be productive as well. As the water starts to cool off, you’ll see aquatic vegetation start to die off and lake turn over in the future.  Search out bright green “live” weeds to locate northern pike.