Metro Area Fishing Report – May 27th, 2016


Sucker minnows are turning bass and northern pike in 4 to 8 feet on Lake Jane and Demontreville Lake. Look for sunfish on the shallow sand, and crappies in the weeds of White Bear Lake, Big Marine Lake, Big Carnelian Lake, and Demontreville. A jig and minnow combo is producing walleyes in 8 to 15 feet on Bald Eagle Lake and White Bear or slightly deeper water in the Prescott area of the St. Croix River.

Blue Ribbon Bait & Tackle (651) 777-2421


Sunfish are now being found along the shorelines of most lakes, and crappies have moved slightly deeper in Whaletail Lake. Bass and northern pike are hitting minnows or spinnerbaits in less than 8 feet on Lake Minnewashta, Steiger Lake, and Lake Wasserman, but walleye reports have been limited.

Cabin Fever Sports (952) 443-2022


During the evening hours, walleyes are being caught on minnows and leeches in 8 to 12 feet at Harm’s Point, the Rock Dock, and Carp Trap. During the day, 15 to 18 feet has been more productive on Kegg’s Reef, the east side of the island, and North Reef. Panfish remain in 6 to 10 feet in Waconia Bay and behind the island.

Mases In Towne Marina (952) 442-2096

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