Foot Sioux is a hotspot on opening fishing weekend. A classic
spawning area for Big Winnie's walleyes, the heavy concentrations
are fished relentlessly, boat to boat at times, especially around
William's Narrows. One- to 1.5-pound males are usually the most
active early in the year with some 8- to 10-pound females becoming
more responsive after the post-spawn period. The Gap, Battleship
Point and the island to the east of Battleship give up some good
fish each autumn. As in most walleye lakes, plan on some northern
pike line bite-offs. Slab crappies are also found throughout Cutfoot.
Cutfoot is 2,851 acres in size, has a maximum depth of 78 feet and a
median depth of 23.6 feet. It has a shorelength of 18.2 miles.