I was invited by a buddy to join him and some of his angling friends for a weekend at Limestone Lake.
The weather turned on us, rain and wind made conditions on a few of their favourite "hot spots" difficult.
We took shelter in a small bay, fished 12' of water and found a consistent bite of 12"-16" Walleye with a few Northern Pike thrown in for fun.
Next outing, the wind was still up, although, it seemed to be breaking. We journeyed out to a different spot and drop anchor in 7' of water and tried our luck there for about 3 hrs. It was a nice slow drift, and we managed to get into more Walleye, Northern Pike, and a nice 10" Perch.
On our last evening, the weather finally broke. We were able to hit one of the hot spots this crew really likes.
The lake was like glass, and the Walleye bit was unreal.
This evening, there was 3 of us in the boat, and we lost count of the number of Walleye in the boat.
Needless to say, I'll be heading back to Limestone.
If you're interested in trying it out and need a place to stay, check out Northern Lights Lodge
Until Next time, we'll see you on the water.