On Lake Minnewaska, crawlers are turning walleyes during the day in 10 to 14 feet as are shallow-running crankbaits during the evening hours in six to eight feet. Sunfish continue to be caught on the Glenwood and Starbuck ends of Minnewaska in the eight- to 14-foot weeds, while bass and northern pike remain an easy catch on most lakes. Hit Lake Reno with crankbaits during the evening hours for walleyes in six to 10 feet.
Minnewaska Bait and Tackle (320) 239-2239
The deep holes on the Minnesota River are giving up catfish and a few walleyes. Crankbaits or Rattle Traps are turning walleyes on the weedlines of Lake Washington early and late each day. Hit Madison Lake for sunfish in less than 10 feet and Lake Francis for northern pike in six to eight feet.
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