Tag Archives: fishing
Posted on 16. Jan, 2011 by EASTMNNEWSWIRE.
While the forecast calls for cold temperatures, weather patterns will remain stable, making it an excellent time to venture out for some hard water fishing action! Anglers are encouraged to bring along a friend and some long rope. If you do ventur Regserve – Best Converting Registry Cleaner ! e out alone, wear a life [...]
Posted on 09. Oct, 2010 by EASTMNNEWSWIRE.
Anglers are enjoying the incredible fall weather and amazing fall fishing. Walleye action has heated up as fish try to bulk up before winter. Fish are showing up in the deeper waters, following baitfish as they look for cover. This is the time to head out in search of a trophy fish, and all of [...]
Posted on 11. Sep, 2010 by Outdoors With Bill.
Going fishing isn’t always about the fish! I know many of you are asking, “What else is it about?” Well, there is a wide range of things. Being with family and friends. Spending time with Mother Nature, or just relaxing on the water. But, last night it was about the MOON! Yes, the Moon! My [...]
Posted on 04. Sep, 2010 by EASTMNNEWSWIRE.
Surface water temperatures are hovering around 70-degrees in many areas of the state. Fish typically become more aggressive this time of year when water temperatures dip into the 60′s. This is also the time that minnows become the bait of choice, so bring along some rainbows or chubs when heading out onto the water. Currently, [...]
Posted on 28. Aug, 2010 by Rose M Garland.
The following lakes are in the MN Chisago County Area, and Explore Minnesota has a weekly newsletter that details fishing conditions at each lake. You can view the most recent report here: http://www.exploreminnesota.com/fishing-reports “Most water temperatures have dropped considerably. Some anglers have already switched to jig and minnow combinations, which are popular in the fall. [...]
Posted on 14. Aug, 2010 by Rose M Garland.
Ojiketa Regional Park is in a lovely area along the shores of Green Lake, and the history of the park is fascinating. Originally a campground for girls, and eventually a summer camp for boys and girls, the area has a history going back as far as 1926. With tall trees, natural flower beds, walking trails, [...]