The north end of Bald Eagle Lake is producing walleyes and
crappies in 10 to 12 feet of water. Green Lake is giving up some
crappies as well. Look for steady sunfish action at the narrows of
Forest Lake. Battle Creek Lake is a safe bet for sunfish in less
than 10 feet of water. Most lakes have 4 to 7 inches of ice.
Larry’s Live Bait & Sporting Goods (651) 777-1731
Constance Lake and Beebe Lake are giving up sunfish and crappies
in 10 feet of water. Buffalo Lake is a safe bet for walleyes in 10
to 15 feet and crappies in 20 to 25 feet of water. Pelican Lake is
producing good-sized northern pike in shallow water. Most lakes
have 6 to 8 inches of ice.
Boone’s Outdoor Sports (612) 682-1686
Swede Lake is kicking out crappies in 9 feet of water. Parley
Lake has started giving up crappies in 15 feet of water. This
action has been most consistent early and late in the day. Northern
pike are hitting on the north side of Lake Minnewashta in 10 to 12
feet of water. You’ll find 4 to 9 inches of ice on the lakes being
fished in this area.
Cabin Fever Sports (612) 443-2022
Look for consistent walleye action on the weed edges of Waconia
Bay. There have been plenty of eating size sunfish and crappies
caught in this area as well. Center Reef is kicking out northern
pike. For walleyes, find a weed edge in 16 to 19 feet of water and
you’ll find enough walleyes to keep things interesting. Expect 7
inches of ice throughout most of Waconia.
In Town Marina (612) 442-2096