Fishing Report for 9-17-19

As the summer temperatures have returned, so has the summer fishing patterns. The water temperatures have went back up to 70 degrees so you’ll find most species of fish in the shallows and along the weedlines in the early evenings. Walleye have been active on Big Kandiyohi, Andrew, Eagle, Foot and Diamond lakes using crappie minnows and wax worms. Anglers have been pulling sunfish and northerns from underneath the Nest Lake bridge, Point Lake and in less than 20 feet of water on Diamond Lake. An added bonus when fishing on Point Lake is the beautiful fall color display from the trees. When fishing on Eagle Lake, stick near the northeastern shore in the 25 foot depth for some nice crappie and walleye. You’ll find some active bass on Point and Eagle lakes.

Fish our lakes

The possibilities are endless on our 30 recreational lakes…boating, swimming, fishing, water skiing, tubing, canoeing, kayaking, paddle boating, hydro biking, paddle boarding and so much more!

Fishing Report

Explore our Trails

Surrounded by beautiful lakes and scenery…who wouldn’t take a hike or a leisurely bike ride to enjoy the view? With miles of trials to choose from, you can always find new places to explore.

Trail Report