With it being the Middle of June the fishing has been excellent. Pokegama, Trout in Coleraine, and Big Winnie have been great places to start your next day of fishing. Walleyes are still using shoreline structure and being caught on a jig and minnow or leech. Lindy rigs and a leech have started to come into play, with the fish starting to slide out towards humps. There has been quite a few customers catching fish on Crankbaits as well.
Panfish have still been very good option in the shallow water. Using a bobber with a minnow or leech have been a great presentation. Sunfish are on their beds, just remember to let the big ones go. Depending on the body of water they can be 20-30 year old blue gills! Bass fishing has been very good this last week. Smallmouth bass have been eating Jerkbaits and hair jigs. Largemouth bass have been on the chow. For largemouth Jigs, Senko or top water has been about the best choice. The fishing has been excellent, get outside and enjoy it!
Looking for a NEW Fishing Destination where you can catch fish? Consider Grand Rapids, Minnesota. With over 1,000 area lakes and multiple fish species in these lakes, you are sure to have a GREAT experience in Minnesota’s nature. From panfish (crappies, bluegills, and sunfish) to trophy fish (walleyes, northerns, musky, and bass); you will find them in Grand Rapids area lakes.
Looking for a lake in the Grand Rapids area that has a specific species you want to catch? Check out the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Lake Finder. Then once you have found the area in which you would like to fish, then you can move onto lodging options. Grand Rapids has many different places to stay while in town fishing. You will find Hotels and Motels that are located in town, have on site amenities or close to in town amenities like stores, restaurants, gas and bait. You will also find a quaint B&B located in town and on Pokegama Lake. And then Fishing and Family Resorts and Vacation Rentals in town and on area lakes. Check all of the Grand Rapids Lodging Options HERE.