It finally sounds as if air temperatures are going to warm and stay that way through this weekend and that should bode well for crappie and walleye anglers alike for this weekend’s fishing opener.
Fishing this past week once again threw anglers some curveballs with the weather, but we’ll be back on track this week as we prepare for the Minnesota Fishing Opener. Check out a recap of the
The panfish bite was better than the previous week, but still isn’t consistently good in most parts of the state. Until it remains bright and warm for an extended stretch of days, this pattern will
The fish are ready to move in, they just need the right weather and water temperature to do so. Until then, continue to look for crappies and sunfish just outside of the traditional, spring spots
Talk about inconsistencies and changing weather patterns. But what do you expect for spring in Minnesota? The fish still showed, though …
Look to spots just outside shallow, traditional spring locations for suspended crappies or bluegills tight to bottom, until water temperatures again warm up.
There were crappies and some bluegills starting to be caught in many areas last week, but most of those bites have slowed this week and weather conditions really haven’t allowed people to fish for them.
An upside to the recent cold snap is that you can now drive just about anywhere on most lakes. This should allow anglers to spread out more than they have been for most of the