Walleyes are being found in 15 to 28 feet and hitting minnows or crawlers on Gull Lake, North Long Lake, and Whitefish Lake. Northern pike are scattered on the 8- to 20-foot weedlines and being caught with sucker minnows at North Long, Whitefish, and Pelican Lake. Bigger bass continue to … Continue reading
Walleyes are scattered in 8 to 25 feet and hitting jigs or live-bait rigs tipped with minnows on Gull Lake, North Long Lake, and Whitefish Lake. Sucker minnows are turning northern pike on the deep weedlines of Lake Edwards, North Long, and Pelican Lake. The 10- to 15-foot weedlines on … Continue reading →
Whitefish Lake is kicking out walleyes, with crawlers or leeches catching fish in 15 to 25 feet. Look for crappies on the 10- to 15-foot weedlines during the evenings and sunfish in 8 to 12 feet on most small lakes. Largemouth bass are hitting plastics in the 8- to 15-foot … Continue reading →
Walleyes are scattered between 8 and 25 feet and hitting leeches on Gull Lake, Whitefish Lake, and North Long Lake. The 8- to 20- foot weed edges on North Long, Cullen Lake, and Whitefish are giving up pike on spinner baits or sucker minnows. Look for bass on the 6- … Continue reading →
You’ll find sunfish in 6 to 8 feet and some suspended crappies on the deep weedlines of North Long, Nisswa Lake, Upper Gull Lake, and Cullen Lake. North Long Lake, Whitefish Lake, and Gull Lake are giving up walleyes on leeches or redtails in 12 to 15 feet or 28 … Continue reading →
The 12- to 16-foot weedlines are giving up walleyes on Gull Lake, North Long Lake, and Whitefish Lake. Northern pike and largemouth bass remain an easy catch on the weedlines of most lakes as well. S & W Bait & Guide Service/Nisswa Guide League (218) 829-7010
A slip bobber and leech have been turning walleyes between 4 to 12 feet in the area. Work the weedlines for bass and pike on North Long, Gull, Round Lake, Cullen Lake, and Whitefish Lake. The south end of Gull or North Long are safe bets for crappies in 10 … Continue reading →
Leeches are producing walleyes in 12 to 18 feet on Gull Lake, Whitefish Lake, and North Long Lake. The south end of Gull and North Long have been best for crappies along the 10- to 14- foot weedlines. Bass remain active on most lakes, and sunfish are hitting from 4 … Continue reading →
A few walleyes are hitting shiners and leeches during low-light periods in 10 to 17 feet on North Long Lake, Round Lake, Gull Lake, and Whitefish Lake. Bass and bluegills are an easy catch in 2 to 5 feet on most lakes.
Walleyes and northern pike are hitting minnows or leeches in 8 to 15 feet on Gull, North Long, Round, and Whitefish Lake – some fish are being caught shallower during low-light periods. Check our availability and book your fishing trip today!