Nothing to report! Skim ice on ponds and sloughs. Also on Starbuck marina and smaller area lakes. Warmer weather is delaying ice fishing for now.
Fewer fishermen and reports have the walleye fishing slower in west central Mn. Most are now waiting for ice!
Same as last week only fewer fishermen. Now late fall and we are starting to wait for first ice.
Fall fishing is slowly wrapping up in west central Minnesota with colder weather here. The die-hard walleye fisherman are still catching fish on Waska, Reno, and Miltona. Lot of boats being put away for the winter. Bring on the ice!
Still the same. This has been the best fall walleye bite on Waska in years! The only problem has been the wind this past week. Once again Minnewaska Lake Association is putting walleye fingerlings into the lake. We have put in close to one million fingerlings in Waska over the last few years and this has really helped our walleye fishing.
Still in same fall pattern for walleyes on Waska and area lakes. Jigs and minnows in 12-14 feet of water around points in early morning and evening is best. Also check in front of Glenwood and Starbuck beaches. Shore fishing for walleyes on west end of Emily has gotten better.
Much the same as last week. Not as many people fishing, so reports are not as many as last week.
Minnewaska has a very good fall walleye bite. Jigs and minnows in early morning or evening is best. Start in 12 feet of water around points or beaches. Nothing yet on shallow cranks. Reno is other area lake producing walleyes. Use shallow cranks in 6-8 feet of water. Miltona has also been good for walleyes.
Northern and bass are being caught trolling shallow cranks in 6-8 feet of water. Not a lot of fishing activity this past week. Walleyes were slow om Waska and all area lakes.
Walleye activity on Waska remains shallow. Use shallow running cranks or jigs and shiners. Northerns are pesky and not much size to them. Bass and sunfish have started moving towards Glenwood end for the fall and winter. Nothing to report from Reno or other lakes.