MInnesota Fishing Reports

Metro Area Fishing Report – September 21st, 2012

NORTHEAST METRO Look for crappies over 20 feet or more in the Hudson area of the St. Croix River. Anglers pitching small plastics or minnows on the 10-foot breaks on Lake Jane are catching crappies and bass. Blue Ribbon Bait & Tackle                    (651) 777-2421 WEST METRO Trolling spoons on the weed edges of Lake Auburn and Pierson Lake has produced…

North Central Minnesota Fishing Report – September 21st, 2012

LAKE MILLE LACS East – Walleye action during the day has been slow, but crankbaits started producing fish on the six- to 12-foot rocks during low-light periods. Slip bobbers and leeches also work on the rocks early and late in the day with Big Point, Hunter’s Point, and Lakeside Reef all producing fish. Muskie reports have been limited, but smallmouth bass…

Metro Area Fishing Report – September 14th, 2012

LAKE MINNETONKA Walleye action has improved a bit with fatheads in 20 to 25 feet off the main weedlines. Look for bass and sunfish to be scattered from the shorelines out to the deeper weed pockets throughout the lake. There has been a spurt of muskie activity with topwater baits during low-light periods or with large blade baits ripped through…

Metro Area Fishing Report – September 7th, 2012

LAKE MINNETONKA Muskie action has improved by ripping bucktails over the weed tops during the day or topwater baits at night. Walleye reports also have improved a bit with some fish being taken on crawlers and fatheads during the day in 20 feet or tighter to the weeds during low-light periods. Bass and sunfish are providing the most consistent bites…

Metro Area Fishing Report – August 31st, 2012

NORTHEAST METRO Northern pike are hitting spinnerbaits in 12 to 14 feet of water at Demonterville Lake and Lake Jane. The weedlines on White Bear Lake are producing bass and an occasional walleye, while the deep pockets of the St. Croix River are giving up catfish. Trolling crankbaits has produced several nice-sized tiger muskies at Lake Elmo this week. Blue…