Originally Posted by jiggster
Idahofisher, I just got back on the 21st of July. The weather was 20 to 25 degrees warmer than average. Fishing was good but not as good as it is normally. I had several 100+ fish days. Johnson and clear where not producing as they usually do. I had great luck in unexpected at many of the points, east wilcox, blue rock and many points in the river. We also did well by the dam on the right side and by the rapids. Had several 27 -28 in. walleyes and a 53 in. muskie. Have a great trip. Let me know how you do.
I would agree with Jiggster. I have been going to Andersons for 15+ years, usually around the mid to late part of August. We catch most of our Walleye from the mouth of Goose Lake to the all the way down to lower Wilcox. One good place to look for walleyes is on the East side of the long narrow island in lower Wilcox. Wilcox Lake is shaped like a like a T, with the top running east and west . This island is just South of the T and has a good place to eat shore lunch on the south side. Anyway on the East side of this island is a reef that runs between the island and the shore on the East. On the North side of the reef the water is 25'+ deep and it comes up to 8-10' ft of water. The walleyes stack up on that slope and all along the top of that reef. We have had many 100+ days on that spot with the majority of them being eater size and larger.