Shorelines are bad and ice looks bad. Still some diehards fishing on Waska, Reno, Maple and Osakis. Everyone is waiting for open water. We will be open this weekend. Use common sense due to corona virus.
Reno and Waska still have good ice. Shorelines are getting soft. Sunnies on the Glenwood side of Waska. Mostly crappies on the east side of Reno. Osakis has been good for panfish on the north end. Not much else to report as there has not been many people fishing.
Crappie and sunfish are still good on Glenwood side of Waska. Any area lakes known for panfish will be good. The ice is still good but parts of shoreline are muddy. We will be at the Morris Spring Expo Friday and Saturday. Look forward to visiting with you!
Fish house removal is 3/2/20 for this area. Gamefish season has closed. Sunfish and crappie fishing has been fantastic on Glenwood side of Waska. Crappie fishing has also been good on Reno, Maple, Osakis, and other small lakes. Get out and enjoy the weather this weekend.
Gamefish season ends 2/23 and houses have to be off the lakes 3/2. Sunfish on the Glenwood side has been great! Glenwood beach to ballroom in 12-14 feet of water using waxworms or silver wrigglers is the best. You will also catch northerns and bass in the same area. Panfish and a few walleyes are being caught on Reno. Maple lake has been panfish. North end of Osakis has been good for crappies. Nice weather forecast for weekend so get out and enjoy!
This week’s report is a repeat of last week. Still not much to report for walleyes. Must be that time of year, although walleye fishing has been slow from the start. Gamefish season ends 2/23 and houses have to be off 3/2/20.
Still easy to get around on area lakes. Sunnies and crappies have been good on Glenwood end of Waska.Panfish activity on other lakes has been slow. North end of Osakis has been good for sunnies.
Travel on all area lakes is much better than last week. A few walleyes are being caught on Waska late at night using shiners. The depth is 14-20 feet of water. Sunnies have been active between fish hatchery and ballroom. No reports from other lakes.
Travel on all area lakes has gotten worse since snow storm. Very few fishermen out and not enough for accurate report.
Walleye fishing on Waska seems to be more consistent. The best times would be early morning and late evening.18-20 feet is good depth. Panfish on Waska has been slow. Try Lobster, Maple, Oscar, Freeborn, or Rachael for panfish. Travel on all area lakes has been easy but there is a big snow storm coming this weekend.