Grand Rapids Fishing Report 5/27/15

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Grand Rapids Fishing Report 5/27/15

Southwood Resort Walleyes

Southwood Resort guests caught nice walleyes on Pokegama Lake.

The Grand Rapids Fishing Report 5/27/15 by Tom Neustrom, MN Fishing Connections.

Minnesota’s weather can change on a dime and many times the fishing will follow. Not lately!! The fishing for a multitude of species has been very good. Walleye fishing on area lakes has been good to excellent and Grand Rapids area lakes are providing good action. Big Splithand, Jessie, Bowstring and Scenic 7 Round Lake have been giving anglers nice catches of walleyes.  A Jig and a minnow still has been best, but some fishermen are doing well on leeches and rigs plus a leech and a slip bobber. Northern pike have been active on Pokegama and Bass Lakes. Crappies have moved shallow preparing for spawning and have also provided good action and good eating. The much needed rain of the last 10 days have brought lake levels up to near normal .  We are looking for great fishing this next few weeks so come visit us in Grand Rapids and we will tell you where they are biting.

Check out Tom Neustrom and Andy Walls from Thousand Lakes Sporting Goods tips for early season fishing in the Grand Rapids, Minnesota area.

Grand Rapids is a great drive destination to experience the best fishing in Minnesota.  Located on Hwy 169 and Hwy 2 it is easy to drive from WI, ND, and the Twin Cities area.  Grand Rapids, Minnesota was nominated as the Ultimate Fishing Town USA for the central United States in 2013.  With over 1,000 of Minnesota’s 10,000 fishing lakes, there is a wide fishing opportunities.  Visit Grand Rapids has a fishing and lakes resource page that highlights several Minnesota Fishing Lakes that have Minnesota Fishing Resorts located on that provide excellent overnight lodging options.  Another resource to check out is the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources

Downtown Grand RapidsGrand Rapids is among other notary fishing towns in Minnesota that try to bid for the attention of avid fisher men and women.  But, once people have fished in the Grand Rapids area they will tell you that there is something about the balance between community and nature that is different in Grand Rapids.  From the center of town you can access over 40 area lakes within 10 minutes.  These lakes range in size from less than 1 acre to over 6, 000 acres.

A visitor tool is the Grand Rapids Visitor Guide and Visit Grand Rapids website.  These resources give a glimpse into what makes Grand Rapids a wonderful fishing destination in Minnesota.  For more information call 1-800-335-9740 to speak to a live travel specialist at Visit Grand Rapids.

2017-04-19T15:40:37+00:00 Wednesday, May 27, 2015|Blog, Fishing|

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