Lake Minnetonka Fishing for Crappies is strong. Water temperature ranges from upper 40’s to low 50’s. Crappies are mostly in the shallow water near dock posts, wood and other debris. For best results use a weighted jig, I like green in color, and tip it with a crappie minnow. Set the bobber on the rig … More Lake Minnetonka Fishing for Crappies in Spring
Crappie Crappie Crappie – Water Temp is about 39 degrees at the bottom of the lake. Ice thickness ranges but for the most part 10″-12″. Lake Minnetonka Fishing the Dusk Bite is where it is at! We are catching good numbers of fish on Neon Lites glow jigs tipped with minnows and waxes. The glow … More Crappie Crappie Crappie
Here comes fall! Water temps run from low 60’s to upper 60’s depending on the sun. Some fun Lake Minnetonka Fishing can happen during the fall. Fish will be moving up into shallow warmer water to feed up before heading to their winter holes. Try fishing crank baits, worms and jigs. Be prepared to move … More Lake Minnetonka Fall Fishing
Weird year here with Lake Minnetonka fishing, water temps have been all overt the place. We had a cold start with late ice out and cool Spring, making June more like early May. July on Lake Minnetonka provided some heat which helped warm the water and give us really good fishing. As we enter August … More Lake Minnetonka Fishing this Summer
Lake Minnetonka Fishing is finally here! Water temps have ranged from low 70s to low 80’s for over a month. Bass on Lake Minnetonka have been on and off beds for most of June and part of July. But yes finally summer is here and the Bass bite is good. We are catching numbers and … More Lake Minnetonka Fishing 2013 is Finally here
Okay here we go, 90 degrees tomorrow! Winter is finally gone and we are quickly moving from Spring into Summer. Lake Minnetonka Fishing had been long waiting. The ice has been off the lake for about one and a half weeks and water temps are swinging with the quick changing weather conditions. Crappies are biting … More Spring is here on Lake Minnetonka? Finally!
Ice thickness varies on Lake Minnetonka, do not travel under bridges and through channels. Even if it has been well below zero a number of days, the current and other factors reduce the ice thickness in these areas. As always, know your lake before traveling out aimlessly. The frozen waters of Lake Minnetonka cause … More Lake Minnetonka Fishing in the Winter