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Crappies and sunfish are biting in the shallow weeds of Lake
Peltier, Centerville Lake, and White Bear Lake. Bucktails also have
triggered a few muskies on White Bear. Look to the Prescott area of
the St. Croix River for walleyes and sauger. Bass and pike seem to
be active on most lakes, but Big Marine is producing larger

Blue Ribbon Bait & Tackle (651) 777-2421


Look for sunfish in two to six feet at Steiger Lake, Lake
Auburn, Parley Lake, and Lake Minnewashta. The creek mouths on the
Minnesota River are producing walleyes, as is Parley Lake in 12 to
14 feet. Spoon plugs or sucker minnows trolled on the weedlines of
lakes Zumbra and Auburn have triggered pike.

Cabin Fever Sports (952) 443-2022


Walleyes are hitting leeches during low-light periods on the
south sides of Cemetery Reef and Keggs Reef in 12 to 16 feet.
Sunfish are active in less than six feet on Nelson’s Flat,
Pillsbury Reef, in Reinkie’s Bay and the sand flats on the
northwest side. Work the docks and reeds with spinnerbaits for
bass. A few bigger pike have been taken in the northeast corner of
Reinkie’s Bay.

Mases In Towne Marina (952) 442-2096

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