Metro Area Fishing Report – June 14th, 2013


Look for crappies and bass in four to six feet on Lake Minnetonka, Medicine Lake, Lake Sarah, and Lake Independence. Walleyes are hitting fathead minnows during the evening in 17 to 24 feet in the big bays on Minnetonka and in 12 to 14 feet on Independence. You’ll find sunfish along the shorelines of most lakes.
Wayzata Bait (952) 473-2227


Crappies and bass continue to hit on Demontreville Lake in less than eight feet, while Powers Lake and Tanners Lake are giving up crappies and northern pike. The emerging weedbeds on Big Marine Lake are producing bass and crappies.
Blue Ribbon Bait & Tackle (651) 777-2421


Sunfish and crappies have moved along the shorelines at Lake Zumbra, Lake Bavaria, Whaletail Lake, and Lake Auburn. Bass are hitting spinnerbaits along the shallow weedlines on Auburn, Whaletail and Lake Parley. Look for northern pike to hit spoons, spinnerbaits, or sucker minnows at Parley and Auburn in 10 feet.
Cabin Fever Sports (952) 443-2022


Beetle Spins are producing crappies on Anderson’s Reef and the back side of the island in 10 to 12 feet. Muskie anglers are seeing fish on the shoreline weed edges and bass continue to be found shallow on the northwest side of the lake. A few walleyes are being taken with fatheads on Cemetery Reef, Keggs Reef, and the Claybanks in 10 to 12 feet during the evening hours.
Mases In Towne Marina (952) 442-2096


Panfish action has been slow, but bass and pike are being caught on spinnerbaits or plastics on the weedlines of Lake John, Lake Sylvia, and Clearwater Lake. Walleye action has been steady with leeches, crawlers, and fatheads producing fish in 14 to 20 feet at Clearwater, Cedar Lake, and Sugar Lake.
Little Jim’s Bait (320) 274-5297


Shiners under bobbers are the ticket for walleyes in 18 to 21 feet during the day or 10 to 12 feet in the evenings at Chisago Lake, Green Lake, and the north end of North Center Lake. Bass and sunfish are starting to move along the shorelines of Chisago and South Lindstrom Lake, while Sunrise Lake is kicking out northern pike, crappies, and bass in four to 10 feet.
Frankie’s Bait (651) 257-6334

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