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Nisswa Guides Fishing Report

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We are seeing some tremendous summertime fishing! The bass fishing is outstanding on most of our lakes. We've been fishing mushroom head jigs and Gulp plastic worms. Pitching up along the deep weedlines and fishing back fairly slow has been very productive. Casting Rapala DT's is also been producing some nice largemouths. Like I said, any lake you want to try should be good for bass.

The pike fishing has been absolutely awesome over the last 10 days or so. Slow trolling a spinner rig tipped with a sucker minnow has been nailing lots of pike, including some real trophies. The Whitefish Chain has been very good for big pike.

The walleyes have been a little slower. There is still some activity on Whitefish along the weedlines in 15 to 20 feet of water. They are a little inconsistent and it seems like the bait of the day keeps changing from Redtails to nightcrawlers to leeches. I guess just take a little of each and see what happens.

The crappie and sunfish action has been great. Small jigs and plastics, leeches, and worms have all been producing some nice fish.

Jason Erlandson

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