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Metro Area Fishing Report – May 8th, 2015


Minnows and plastics are turning crappies and better numbers of sunfish in 2 to 6 feet. Look to the docks and marinas on the St. Croix River, Demontreville Lake, Lake Jane, Bald Eagle Lake, Silver Lake, and White Bear Lake for consistent panfish action.
Blue Ribbon Bait & Tackle (651) 777-2421


Sunfish action has picked up in the shallow bays of most lakes, while the Minnesota River is producing silver bass and catfish. Cedar Lake is giving up crappies and sunfish in shallow water and there’s plenty of crappies being caught by shore anglers near the public access on Lake Bavaria. Little Minnie Bay on the northeast side of Lake Minnewashta is producing crappies in 5 feet.
Cabin Fever Sports (952) 443-2022


The bigger crappies have not yet moved into the docks and shorelines, but remain active in 8 to 12 feet throughout Waconia Bay, the north side of the island, and the weeds of Pillsbury Reef. Sunfish have started to move shallow and can be found in 4 to 8 feet.  
Mases In Towne Marina (952) 442-2096

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