Crappies and Big Bluegills being caught deep North of Bald Island. Jig around 22′ with crappies minnows or crawlers. Wacky Worms the preferred bait for Bass and Pike off shore. 6′
Walleyes are in those weeds this time of year, try a shallow weed bed with your favorite walleye bait. Head North of Baldy for Crappies in early fall, the bite will start heating up as summer comes to an end.
Lots of Bass and Northern Pike coming in. Bluegills are also spawning and biting like crazy. Night Crawlers, Wacky Worms, Spinner Baits and Spoons are baits of choice!
Taking the family out for a day on the lake can be a wonderful time to bond with one another. It’s an activity that kids and adults alike can enjoy, and allows you to bask in the great outdoors without electronic distractions. But, while the time at the lake is enjoyable, it does take quite a bit of planning a preparation beforehand to ensure that everything goes well. So, if you’re planning a lake trip to one of the top family resorts in Minnesota, read this blog to help ensure you pack everything you need for the trip.
Female crappies still being caught shallow, use crappie minnows and beetle spins. Several nice walleyes coming in from guys drifting with lindy rigs. Bass hitting on the rocks!
The panfish are starting to bite on Pelican. Photos courtesy of Aspen Resort, Cabin O Pines, and Norman’s One Stop. Visit our lodging page to find a property that fits your needs and make your reservation today.
Our winter snowmobile trail reports will be up and running after the first big snowfall of late 2016.