Evan-1st-Muskie-Lobster-Lake-47-CnR-Koeps-Bait-Glendwood-MN

Evan-1st-Muskie-Lobster-Lake-47-CnR-Koeps-Bait-Glendwood-MN

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Jake-Ost-Lake-of-the-Woods-Walleye

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Jake-Ost-Walleye-Koep

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Jesse-Pahn-lake-Amelia-Koeps-Bait

Kurt-Nelson-Lake-Minnewaska-CP-n-R-Koeps-Bait-Glenwood-MN

Kurt-Nelson-Lake-Minnewaska-CP-n-R-Koeps-Bait-Glenwood-MN

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Vance-Walker-Grove-Lake-Keops-Bait-Photo

Fishing report Lake Minnewaska 2/20/17

Fishing report - Lake Minnewaska 2/20/17

Fishing has slowed down a little for walleye's and crappies. They are still biting you just need more patience. If you are looking for action, I would head out towards

the DNR landing on the Glenwood side. During the you will keep active with bass and northerns. If you find the right spot the sunfish will keep you busy too. Many are

on the smaller size, so you do need to pick thru them.  Travel on the lake is ok, with the recent snow it did create a few larger drifts, but are easily passable. Good spots for

walleye's to try would be by Priest Point or the High School bar. Look for water in the 15-20 feet range. We still have shiners in, however we are out of the large and XXL shiners.

We still have plenty of tackle on hand, as well ice combos. Good Luck Fishing!

 

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