Here’s how to catch ’em, and a great recipe to try, too.
It holds big walleyes, good-sized panfish, northern pike, largemouth bass, muskies, eelpout, tullibees, and whitefish.
The number of people going out continued to diminish over last weekend and throughout this week. In addition, most panfish reports have been a bit off, but tullibees remain active. Look shallow for crappies or
Look for weeds, especially any green vegetation that remains, to produce panfish. Tullibee action also has picked up with anglers in many areas putting very nice tullibees on the ice. Eelpout action has hung in
Crappie reports varied quite a bit this week with some fish still being found suspended over deep, basin areas and others starting to move into shallower water and mix with bluegills.
Recreational netting for whitefish and tullibee (cisco) is anticipated to open on several Schedule I lakes in the Grand Rapids fisheries work area beginning in late October, the Minnesota DNR said in a news release
Recreational netting for whitefish-tullibee opens on Friday, Oct. 13, on designated lakes that are less susceptible to sudden changes that impact water temperature, according to the Minnesota DNR. A $10 license is needed to sport