Twin Cities Metro


Green Lake is producing a few walleyes and crappies in 12 feet
of water during low-light periods of the day. The power plant area
of the St. Croix River also is worth noting for walleyes and
crappies. The saddle on the north end of Lake Phalen is holding
walleyes, and there have been a few muskies caught here in recent
days as well. The big muskies also are active on White Bear Lake.
Look for suspended fish, just below the ice, in 5 to 20 feet of
water. The southwest end of the island on Bald Eagle Lake is worth
checking out for walleyes and panfish.

Blue Ribbon Bait & Tackle (651) 777-2421


Big and Middle Maple Lake started giving up a few more sunfish
this week in 12 to 14 feet of water. The bay on Lake Ramsey
continues to provide numbers of sunfish and crappies in 15 to 20
feet of water. Walleye action has slowed on most area lakes.
Buffalo Lake is still the best bet during the evening hours for
walleyes and a few crappies in 20 to 25 feet of water.

H & H Sport Shop (320) 963-3818


Lake Minnewashta and Red Rock Lake are producing sunfish in 10
to 14 feet of water. Lake Parley is a safe bet for crappies during
the evening hours in 12 to 14 feet of water. Walleye and northern
pike reports have been limited during the past week.

Cabin Fever Sports (952) 443-2022


Crappie action has been good in the deep water off Pillsbury
Reef and along the weed edge here. There are a few walleyes coming
off the 13-foot weed edges on the north and east end of the lake
during the evening hours. Waconia Bay and Center Reef are worth
noting for sunfish. Northern pike remain active along weed

Mases In Towne Marina (952) 442-2096

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