With rising water temperatures and falling water levels, spawning activity has peaked and fish are staring to return through the system. I was on the DNR shocking boat on Friday and 3/4 of the females had spawned. The one we caught that were pre-spawn will “ripen” quickly as water temps in the marsh we up to 50+ degrees by afternoon. The biggest thing we could use is some rain as water levels are quite low for this time of year. Fishing should be very good at any moment as the big schools of fish move through. I’ll be posting video from the shocking boat soon along with a request from Kendall Kamke to PLEASE turn in tag information.