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Bald Eagle Lake is kicking out pike in 10 to 15 feet, crappies
in 20 feet, and walleyes in 15 to 20 feet. Walleyes also remain
active on White Bear Lake in 18 to 25 feet. Tip-ups and sucker
minnows are producing bass and northern pike on lakes Jane and
Demonterville. Look to Forest Lake for walleyes in 18 to 21 feet
and pike in eight to 14 feet. Crappies remain suspended on the St.
Croix River in 30 to 35 feet.

Blue Ribbon Bait & Tackle (651) 777-2421


Northern pike action has been very good in 10 to 12 feet at
Mitchell Lake. The north end of Lake Minnewashta also is giving up
pike in 14 to 16 feet. Look for sunfish in 20 to 24 feet on
Minnewashta, 10 to 12 feet on Mitchell, eight feet on Pelican Lake,
and off the east access at Eagle Lake. Hydes Lake and Lake Parley
are kicking out crappies over 13 to 15 feet of water.

Cabin Fever Sports (952) 443-2022


The sunfish bite has been excellent in nine to 12 feet on
Nelson’s Flats and in nine to 14 feet on Center Reef and Pillsbury
Reef. Crappies continue to be caught in 12 feet on Center Bar,
south of Nelson’s Flats, and the north side of Pillsbury Reef. Work
the west side of Anderson’s Reef for walleyes in 12 to 20 feet.
Northern pike are most active throughout Waconia Bay in 10 to 12

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