Fishing Report for 6-29-21

Summer patterns are fully established already for most species in the area due to the record high temperatures and dry month of June. Despite the heat, walleye, bass and panfish remain active. Anglers are having the most success catching walleye along the deep weed edges in 15-25 feet of water during early morning and evening hours. Nightcrawlers on live bait rigs with bottom bouncers have been the most productive. You’ll also find bass and crappie in the weedlines around the 12-18 foot depths. Crappie have been most eager to bite during low light hours using small jigs and plastics as bass are responding best to crank baits, soft plastics, and nightcrawlers. Northern pike are still very active along the weed edges as well when using jerk baits and spinner baits. Area lakes to check out include Nest, Calhoun, Big Kandiyohi, Foot and Long.

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