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"Summer is in full swing in the lakes area, and that means summer patterns are starting to take shape. Main lake structures and transition areas are starting to hold walleyes in 16-30ft on Ottertail, Big Pine, Little Pine, Ottertail and Rush. A bottom bouncer and a spinner rig with a leech or crawler are king. Look to the deep weedline or patchy green cabbage for shallow walleye with crankbaits or rip 1/4oz. Current Cutter jigs tiped with plastics or a minnow.

Panfish have finished their spawning ritual, and have moved out to the weedlines. Tie on a 1/16oz jig tiped with a tube or twister tail and troll .8 to 1.0 mph over the top of the cabbage weeds to find schools of fish. Once found, slow down and pitch jigs to the fish to avoid spooking the school. Look to Little McDonald, Portage, Rush, and Big Pine for active panfish.

The Musky bite is getting better e...

June 4, 2018

As we flip the calendar to June, it appears summer is officially here to stay, and the fishing has been very good as of late. The spottail shiners have finished up their spawning process, which means we can no longer get them, but that doesn't mean the shallow water fishing has to stop. Fisherman are still catching walleyes with redtails, suckers, and even soft plastic on 1/16th and 1/8th ounce jig heads in less that 10 feet of water on Big Pine, Little Pine, Ottertail , Rush, Star, and many other area lakes. We are also hearing very good reports of fisherman having success while lindy rigging leeches and crawlers in 16-25 feet of water, and with the warm weather causing water temps to rise, this technique will continue to get better. The shallow water crankbait bite is also really picking up during the low light conditions of morning and into the evening....

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