September. That time of year when the leaves start to change, the children are off to school, and for the moment fishing is a little slower. We are up for the challenge here in Otter Tail Lakes Country and we hope you are to! After a not so hot Labor Day weekend the fish are still in about the same depths of water that they have been the past few weeks, so that helps to continue the fishing fun. When looking for Walleye find water depths of 10 to 20 feet and use your jigs or Rapalas. If you are on the hunt for some panfish (Sunfish and/or Crappies) anchor down in about 8 to 10 foot weed lines and use jigs with wax worms, night crawlers, or crappie minnows. Anglers are still finding Bass in 5 to 8 feet deep weed beds using spinner baits, Senkos, and leaches. Get some sucker minnows and head to 12 to 20 feet weed lines to fish for some Northern Pike. Lastly, Muskies are found in waters 10 to 20 feet deep during the day and water 10 to 15 feet deep in the evening. Use your spinner baits, bulldogs, and jigs to catch those monsters. Have a wonderful week fishing and we hope to see you in Otter Tail Lakes Country for some great late summer fun!