Simeon Kubassek has been working in northwestern Ontario and taking advantage of the 4-season fishing action. He recently went on a fly-in adventure to one of the many lakes in his area. As you can see from the aerial shot, there’s snow on the ground!!
Late summer is an excellent time to target eating-size walleye that are plentiful in northern lakes and easy to catch by either trolling with a Rapala or jigging with a simple jighead/plastic grub along the bottom.
Northern pike start to converge on points and shallower open-water structure as northern lake water temperatures start to drop. Lake summer is an excellent time to catch a trophy-size pike casting flashy, wobbling spoons, or larger Rapalas.