First off, the Pewaukee Lake Slow No Wake restriction has been lifted. Expect the boat traffic to get crazy out there.
Fishing remains largely in a summer pattern. Our weather has been relatively stable, and the fish are sticking to their feeding and activity levels.
One thing alot of anglers are discussing right now is the size of the strike zone. Bass have been biting, but the bluebird skies and bright sun have pushed the fish into tight cover.
There's an answer for this, fish slow and methodically. Make multiple casts to the same target. If fishing weeds, make sure to work your jig or texas rig through all the openings. If fishing piers, get your bait up and under the docks, boatlifts and other over hanging cover. When fishing slop, hit the holes and let your bait drop through. Lastly, consider fishing deeper. There's always a decent shallow bite to be had on our area lakes, but the deeper bits is less effected by the bright sun.
Panfish are schooling over deeper water> look for them to suspend out/off weedlines the next couple weeks. The ends of points will hold fish just before/just after dark and you can make some incredible catches.
Walleye fishing has moved to deeper water. Look for them in 18-25 feet thus week. Deeper standing weeds (rather than just sandgrass) has been holding fish.
Northern continue what has been an epic season for them. Shallow fish can be taken around weedclumps on spuinners and buzzbaits, but the bigger fish continue to be caught on slip-sinker rigs tipped with larger live bait fished along the deeper breaks.
Musky fishing has been slow but steady the last few weeks. There's been an active topwater bite especially in the low-light morning hours. Walk the dog style baits have been generating some strikes as have propbaits.
Good luck out there.