Sunday, January 29th, 2023
Sunday, January 29th, 2023

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Sportsmen Since 1967

Twin Cities Metro


The walleye bite has been slow. There’s a few being caught from
shore anglers on Vadnais Lake and on Forest Lake in 18 to 20 feet
of water. The northern pike bite has been consistent on Forest and
Lake Peltier along the outside weed edges. Look for a few crappies
in the shallows of Lake Phalen, White Bear Lake, and Lake

Larry’s Live Bait & Sporting Goods (651) 777-1731


Buffalo Lake is kicking out a few walleyes in less than 10 feet
of water. Shallow running crankbaits have worked best during the
evening hours. Crappies continue to bite in the shallows on Rock
Lake, Maple Lake, Waverly Lake, and Little Waverly Lake.

H & H Sport Shop (320) 963-3818


There are a few walleyes coming off the east side of Lake Riley
in 16 feet of water. Live bait rigs and leeches are producing fish
here. The Minnesota River, between Chaska and Jordan, is producing
a few walleyes on jigs and leeches. Numbers of smaller northern
pike can be had on Lake Auburn in eight feet of water. The north
end of Lake Minnewashta continues to produce sunfish in five feet
of water, as is the west side of Lake Zumbra in two to three feet.
The best crappie reports are coming from the southeast side of Lake
Bavaria in 10 feet of water.

Cabin Fever Sports (952) 443-2022


The north end is producing a few walleyes on crankbaits at night
in eight to 10 feet of water. Bobber fishing with shiners is also
producing walleyes off Anderson’s Reef. During the day, deeper
water has been more productive. The shallow shorelines continue to
produce nice crappies in two to 10 feet of water. Look for emerging
vegetation to be holding better numbers of crappies right now.

Mases In Towne Marina (952) 442-2096

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