Fishing Report for 12-28-21

Anglers are finally getting out on area lakes by walking, 4-wheelers and ATVs. The ice thickness varies greatly throughout a lake so caution should be taken when heading out. Crappie and walleye are being caught most often in the evenings on Green, Foot, Long, and Diamond lakes. Point and Eagle lakes are very popular right now with active walleye and panfish. Anglers are catching jumbo perch in the mornings on Big Kandiyohi Lake. Minnetaga and Elizabeth lakes have been very good for active walleye, however Lake Elizabeth is one of the most unpredictable lakes as far as ice depths. Anglers are having the most success with glow and brightly colored spoons and jigs tipped with lively minnows during low light hours. As the temperatures remain below freezing, we’ll have enough ice for driving on soon!

Minnesota residents with a fishing license may take, for their personal use, all species of fish in any quantity from Lake Wakanda now through February 28th. The liberalized fishing rules are in response to a lake rehabilitation project that will draw down water levels.

Please remember that ice is never 100% safe and ice conditions can change daily. Anyone choosing to head out should check the ice often. Learn more about ice safety.

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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.

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