Minnesota walleye and northern pike fishing action is heating up along the water temps with warmer weather in the forecast. This will continuously increase activity of fish to bite and produce more places to fish in deep and shallow structured lakes. Many lakes in the Grand Rapids area giving up good numbers of fish to throw back and for a fish fry. To name few in the area like Winnie and connected Cut Foot Sioux, along with Bowstring, Leech and Pokegama lakes have been and will continue to get better. Fish traditional shallow water structure ranging 4-12 feet of water with a jig and a minnow combination. For locating concentrated fish look for warm water, case and point, north sides of lakes will warm faster due to the sun warming the shallow water, inlet and outlets of moving current, weed beds, sand flats close to gravel and rock structures will give you a good starting point at your best chance at locating active fish this spring. Good luck fishing!
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