Southwest Minnesota Fishing Report – February 7th, 2014


Bass, crappies, and northern pike are all being pulled from 14 to 17 feet on Cedar Lake. Look to Cannon Lake for perch in 10 feet and to Hunts Lake after dark for crappies over 20 feet. Crappies also can be had with glow jigs and minnows at night on Roberds Lake in 20 to 22 feet.
Nagel’s Live Bait (507) 334-8341


Crappies and an occasional walleye can be had at night on Duck Lake in 12 to 16 feet. You’ll also find crappies suspended at German Lake over 28 to 32 feet and on George Lake in 12 to 18 feet. Sunfish reports have been best between Second and Third points on Lake Washington in 12 feet.
The Bobber Shop (507) 625-8228


Perch continue to hit at Big Stone Lake in nine to 12 feet north of Meadowbrook, south of Skeleton Island, and near Rocky Ledge. A few walleyes can be had during the evening hours on the north end of Big Stone in 10 to 12 feet and Lake Lac qui Parle started producing crappies.
Artie’s Bait (320) 839-2480 

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