Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Fishing Report 7-25-12

Doug Anderson with a Healthy Pike!

The scalding temps don't seem to be going anywhere and you have to ask yourself-where is the relief? The heat is on, and your sick of hiding in the air conditioning. What can you do to beat it? Rent a Pontoon from the In Towne Marina and get in the water! Make sure to check out our Monday thru Thursday 20% off pontoon rental Coupon. You can rent a pontoon for as little as $95 and change with this deal! Reservations are required for to special price. When calling please remember to mention the promotion to make sure you get the discounted price!

Last Sunday we had our annual Boat Slip and Buoy Member Appreciation Party/Fishing contest. Many sunfish and crappies were caught, along with a few nice bass! We Enjoyed a great hot dog lunch followed by root beer floats on the deck and in the screen house. While eating, members waited for their names to be called during the super fun prize drawing Captain Jim always puts together. Thanks marina members for another great time!


Ben Anderson With a nice Largemouth!

Fishing has remained solid during the hot temps! Sunfish and Crappies have still been biting well. Fishing the deep weed edges (10'-15' of water) on some of the good reefs like, Center, North and Anderson's. Most pan fisherman have been using wax worms, but crawlers and leeches are working great too!

Bass fishing has remained strong. As usual on Lake Waconia you can find them deep or shallow right now. Shallow water spots like Camp Manakiki, Reinke's Bay, and in the slop of Waconia bay, have been giving up some quality Largemouth. Deeper water weededges on North, Keg's and Cemetary reefs- along with the rock piles on Pilsbury have been great options as well!

Charlie Unger and his monster Sheepshead!
The big Sheepshead have been turning up lately too! Charlie Unger and his fishing partner John Mcginnis tied into a whopper! We do not have a length, but they estimated it at 30 pounds! Looking at the picture, I am not going to call it a fish story!

Thanks for reading, and call the bait shop with questions 952-442-2096




Kim Anderson With a quality Waconia Bass!

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