Fishing Report for 2-2-21

We’re finally building some good ice with the recent cold temperatures. Lakes can range between 12 and 24 inches of ice. Always be careful and check the ice depth as you head out and definitely before you drive across it. Stay clear of the aerators on the lakes as they can make the ice near there weaker. The fish aren’t as active as they were earlier in the season so you might have to move around on the lakes and change depths and lures until you find the right spot. A few walleye have been caught on Norway Lake and Big Kandiyohi Lake. The most active time for the different species of fish has been 30 minutes before sunset. Most anglers are still pulling panfish from Nest, Norway, Green, Eagle, Diamond, Point and Big Kandiyohi lakes in the 10-25 foot depths. The most popular bait right now is fresh shrimp, crappie minnows and wax worms. Get out and enjoy a fishing adventure on one of the many beautiful lakes in the Willmar Lakes Area this weekend!

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.

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