Minnows are still producing walleyes on the wind-driven points and shorelines in 6 to 9 feet. If it’s calm or bright, anglers are having more success in 10 to 14 feet mainly on main lake structure with minnows, crankbaits, and leeches. Crappie and bluegill action has picked up throughout the reeds in Boy Bay and Shingobee Bay, while bass are relating to docks and shallow weeds.
Shiner minnows have been the ticket for walleyes along the wind-driven points and shorelines. Most fish are coming from 4 to 10 feet, although some fish are being found in slightly deeper water on the Goose Island Flats, Annex area, and other rock locations. The 8- to 10-foot weed areas are holding northern pike, while […]
Walleye action has been spotty with the most consistent reports coming out of 5 to 10 feet with a jig and minnow. The wind-driven shorelines and points have been the best options so far and anglers have been sorting through quite a few small walleyes. Northern pikes have been active anywhere there are some weeds […]
The cooler weather has slowed any crappie activity that had started in the bays. Shingobee Bay and Boy Bay were giving up a few crappies last week, but that has slowed as water temperatures cooled back down since last weekend. Sponsored By: Reed’s Sporting Goods (218) 547-1505 Shriver’s Bait Company (218) 547-2250 Lodging Options
The shallower bays and most of the main lake were wide open this week as the warm weather took care of the ice faster than many years. There were sheets of ice floating around in Walker Bay on Tuesday morning, but it, along with any other ice that remained, will be gone this week. Sponsored […]