Wednesday, September 2, 2009

Lake Waconia Fishing Report 9-02-09

September is here and the muskie bite continues to be Waconia's bread and butter. We've continued to hear successful catches this week in the mid to upper 40 inch range. Most of the same spots from previous weeks have continued to work. Evenings have been very good.

This past week we started to hear of a more productive walleye bite. Anglers have been catching them from 14 feet to 20 feet of water. Kegs Reef, Red's Reef and Anderson's Reef have been a few of the better areas. Fathead minnows have been the popular bait of choice.

If you're looking for sunfish or bass, continue to work near the weeds in areas like Pillsbury Reef, Center Reef and North Reef. Action has been decent, but should improve as we get further into the month.

Don't forget about our Nickle Dickle Day Kid's Fishing Prize Pond. September 19th from 10 to Noon, we are giving away prizes for kids 10 and under. Don't miss the fun.

Have a great week!

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