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Monday, June 21, 2021
By Dave Graybill
I have had a couple of decent days on Banks Lake so far this season. I have not caught a lot of fish but some nice ones. I got my biggest walleye yet on Banks, a 25-incher. I can usually count on some very good days this time of year, and I wanted to get Mike McKee, owner of Mike’s Meats and Seafood at Pybus Market out on the water. We have fished together for many years, and he likes to fish Banks, too. We started our day at Jones Bay. Jones can produce good catches of walleye on crank baits, so we wanted to give it a try. We got a walleye on our second pass but felt that we could do better elsewhere. We ran over to Barker Flats and tried two different areas here. It produced just one small fish, so we headed down to the area that both he and I like to fish, and that’s off the Million Dollar Mile access. We trolled and trolled our crank baits up and down below Rosebush and got nothing but perch and smallmouth. Durn. I will be back to Banks, though. It can be great.
I got this walleye on a crank bait in Jones Bay, but it was the last one I hooked on Banks.