Anyone got any place that they would like to share with me to catch walleyes from shore. That is good anytime of the season.
Preferably public land. I've got bad hips and cant be lifting my canoe any longer, so Im stuck to fishing on the shore. If you have
any ideas of places let me know. Id be grateful for the advice.
Minnesota or North Dakota advise welcome.
Oh, Ill be fishing at night mostly. Ill be using live bait, Chubs and leeches.
I am renting a lakehouse on Lower Prior Lake early July with my family from CA. What recomendations are out there for some easy fishing that require the minimim of gear. Also any thoughts on trapping Crawdads....
In South Central MN it seems like Walleye bites are never continuous. They may bite for 3 days max in one spot, then your having to look for a new spot. I think its because some of these lakes are so pressured and fished alot that they are not hungry and they get scared. Also with the weather, the weather always changes and the pressure changeschanges, all these factors will change how they bite. Although in Canada the fish always seem to bite...
Good luck fishing! And I hope this helped. Here's a pictures of a walleye I caught on a local lake in South Central MN on June 4, 2015
Feel free to post fishing reports here for South Central MN. Mankato-Northfield-Faribault-Waterville-Albert Lea-Austin-New Ulm-St Peter and all the towns in between. Let's hear about some fishin guys!!!!
We were out yesterday evening. It was plenty warm for sure. Bugs not bad by us.
Isaac saw 2 does 3 fawns and an 8 pt. He harvested a doe in his first ever sit with the bow.
Eli saw a doe and a fawn, passed.
I saw watched squirrel's.
Yah, she’s a bit much. We’re forecasted to get gusts to 40 today. My SIL was out yesterday and said the skeets were horrible.
One friend got a doe in WI last weekend and cooler aged her for a couple days. He said the meat turned out great.
That’s what I’m getting ready for too.
Good point about walking into Tower from the East Two. I often forget about that.
You could also go to Glenwood Lodge at the east end of Pine Island. It's mostly beer and pizza with snacks, at least the last time that I was there. As far as I know, what Skibo and I posted are all of the locations on or near the lake.
There are also multiple shore lunch sites on the lake. They all have beautiful views, a picnic table, fire ring, and latrine. Bring your own lunch, or better yet, bring the fixings to cook up your fresh catch from the lake.