They named it pickeral for a reason :wink:
A handful of anglers flock to this spot religously this time of year in search of musky.
The water has come up some and there are now 3 areas of concern...
east side of the river,about where the park starts begins a deeper water channel that leads all the way to the eddy. Could be tricky wading.
Standing on the point of the eddy facing south and slightly east is a deep hole all the way across the slackwater to the other shoreline.
As you walk down past the first island the river splits and flows around the remaining islands and the current picks up...very tricky wading in high water conditions.
It is a nice shorefishing destination.
It seems fewer and fewer musky are caught here each year though
Storm thundersticks (oldstyle)
Red n White spoons
Rapala shadraps with the splitbacks
are all good producers.
Let me know if you need more specific info :wink: