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

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Jake-Ost-Walleye-Koep

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Jesse-Pahn-lake-Amelia-Koeps-Bait

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Fishing Report Lake Minnewaska 6/15/2018

Lake Minnewaska Fishing Report  - 6/15/2018

The Walleye's are very spread out right now. A Lindy and a leech, or a spinner and crawler have been the best presentation to entice

them to bite. Priest Point is a great starting point, as well as the Starbuck end. You will be able to pick up some bass 

and sunfish as well, when you are trolling in those spots. Bass and Sunfish are going a little deeper, in the 14-17 ft range. A jig/worm/bobber

combo on the weed lines, or a drop shot has been working well. The small mouth are in the 5-7 ft range, however the bigger ones have 

moved a little deeper. Good Luck and stop in for all your needs before you hit the lake! 

 

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