We just returned from 7 days at Kearns Lake with Thousand Lakes Outposts – LarryS and his sister Pat with Wil and my partner Gary. This was our third trip to this lake – you can see the other reports at: http://www.walleyecentral.com/forums…ghlight=kearns
Not a lot was new to the Taj Mahal Cabin or to the boats/motors (15hp 4 stroke, 14 ft lunds) so I’ll just briefly summarize the fishing which was very very good.
Walleye – were much deeper than the last trips (this trip was about a month later) and we found the sweet spots between 17 and 25 feet of water. We did get two large walleye – LarryS’s 27 incher and my 26 incher – but there was a gap down to the 23-24 inch range where we caught somewhere on the order of 35-40 in that range. Must’ve been a good year class. Smaller walleye in the 16 to 20 inch range were as usual all over the lake and quite easy to catch at the right depths. 40-50 per day is pretty easy to achieve. We were glad to have crawlers and leeches as twister jigs were not nearly as effective as in the past.