Summer fishing is almost in full gear, the waters have gotten to the 70’s, degree mark and that has the weeds growing very well. Fish are relating to these weeds as they move into their summer patterns.
Post spawn largemouth can be tricky! Especially on a high-pressure lake like Minnetonka, however with dedication and time, you can boat some big fish from that big ol body of water. With a calm breeze and some over cast skies the fish were in the mood to eat.
With water temperatures rising above the 70-degree mark, this has the fish moving off the shorelines and out to their deeper summer patterns. Summer pattern means deeper weed beds, weed lines and off shore structures.
Pulling up to a boat landing and looking at the license plates will forever be an interest of mine. As many of you now know, Mille Lacs Lake is one of the best smallmouth lakes in the country if not the best.
After a few weeks of preparation, Matt and I figured we had a game plan for our participation in the Jared Roe Memorial Walleye Tournament down at Angostura. While we hadn't found any big fish, we at least had some places that had a good chance of getting us on the...
One of the most fun fish to catch is the sunfish or bluegill. Their short body size is deceiving for how hard they fight, and those proportions will have this fish as one of the hardest fighting in the freshwater.