MInnesota Fishing Reports

Despite steady wind and rain, walleyes remain cooperative – Southeast Report

FARIBAULT AREA Work the shorelines of lakes Mazaska, Cedar, and Shields for sunfish. Leeches are producing some walleyes on the 10-foot weedlines of Shields or in 10 to 15 feet at Fox Lake. Crappie and bass action is slow, but northern pike are hitting on the weedlines of Cedar and Shields. Nagel’s Live Bait (507) 334-8341 Categories: MInnesota Fishing Reports,…

Despite steady wind and rain, walleyes remain cooperative – Northcentral Report

LAKE MILLE LACS East – During the day, spinners or live-bait rigs tipped with leeches and nightcrawlers are producing walleyes on the 22- to 25-foot gravel and mud. The evening walleye bite continues to be excellent on any of the six- to 12-foot rock piles with slip bobbers and leeches. Smallmouth bass are an easy catch on the shorelines and shallow…

Leeches and crawlers starting to produce more walleyes – Northcentral Report

LAKE MILLE LACS East – The shallow rock bite for walleyes has been excellent during the evening hours with crankbaits or slip bobbers and leeches. The mid-depth rocks have produced plenty of keeping-sized walleyes during the day and the main-lake mud flats and deep gravel are producing numbers of bigger walleyes. There really hasn’t been a spot  or depth not producing…

Leeches and crawlers starting to produce more walleyes – Southwest Report

MANKATO AREA Crappies and sunfish continue to be found shallow on Lake Washington, German Lake, and Jefferson Lake. Minnows, leeches, and Rapalas are producing walleyes on Washington in eight to 12 feet. On the Blue Earth and Minnesota rivers, catfish and walleyes are being caught in the deeper holes. The southeast corner of Lake Hanska is worth noting for walleyes…