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Fishing Report Lake Minnewaska 8/16/2018

Fishing Report Lake Minnewaska and Lake Reno

Minnewaska

Sunfish and bass are both bitting really good right now. You will have the best luck if you look on or

outside the deep weed lines. For sunfish use a small jig tipped with crappie minnow or a worm. 

Walleye fishing has been pretty tough on Minnewaska, as always early morning, or the evening bite

is when you will have the best  luck. Pulling Lindy rigs with worms is going to be your best presentation, for the walleye's right now. 

Some guys are starting to pulling lead core as well and have been having some 

luck with that. 

Reno - 

The walleye bite on Reno, continues to stay strong. Lindy rig's with or without a spinner tipped with a worm is going to work the best. 

Some are using lead core on Reno as well. If you enjoy driving around 'Road Hunting' and looking for schools of fish, jigging raps will 

work the best. Sunfish and Crappies are in the weeds, use a light weight jig tipped with a worm, wax worm or minnow. Find weeds that 

are out in 15-18 feet of water, and pull your jig over the top of the weeds. If your looking for bass, head towards the pencil weeds and cast either

top water into the weeds, or try drop shotting.  

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