Fishing has been hit or miss for one main reason. The water temp got to the point where the walleye are getting the urge to spawn. The recent rains and snow have the river rising and a LARGE school of fish has shown up below Boom Island. From what I heard first hand, most everyone that went this morning in the rain caught LOTS of fish and limits were easy. New London has been good if you find a pocket of fish but the current has drawn the fish staged there up stream. The real small boat action is Stephensville and above. With the main body of fish coming look for just about any section of the river to be good. They will spread out as they encounter the spawning areas above Fremont and many will go well past New London. There will also be some post spawn fish showing up. Those are typical early spawners who were in the marsh when we had the sunshine and warm days. It’s only a small percentage of the fish, the best is yet to come.