Sunday, December 27, 2009
Sunday, December 20, 2009
Monday, December 14, 2009
Wednesday, September 2, 2009
Wednesday, August 26, 2009
This week we're gonna start off with a little excitement. In Towne Marina Employee, Kyle Stender, caught the fish of a lifetime, with a monster 52 1/2 inch muskie on Tuesday at 6 pm.
Wednesday, August 19, 2009
Wednesday, August 12, 2009
Tuesday, August 4, 2009
Wednesday, July 29, 2009
Thursday, July 23, 2009
On Saturday July 18th, 2009, In Towne Marina hosted the 18th Annual "Take a Kid Fishing" event for the Waconia Lions. More than 30 kids showed up to spend some time on the water with the Lions that day. The weather was a little on the cool side, but made for a fine fishing morning! The kids had a fun morning of reeling in some respectable Sunfish along withe some nice Bass! Captain Jim got out the fillet knives and several of the Lions made sure that the kids who wanted to bring their catch home, could do so ready for the frying pan! As always we donated the use of our Screenhouse, all the bait, and with the help of Ken's Bait in Chaska, jig sticks for each kid to take home. Some of the other sponsors were our friends at The Waconia Patriot, and Cabin Fever. As always another wonderful event put on by Jeff Schulz and the rest of the Waconia Lions! See You next year kids!
Wednesday, July 22, 2009
The past week was another success for muskie anglers. Several 40 inch or larger fish were reported, with the biggest catch of the week being a 53 incher! Try fishing the 12-foot weedline in Waconia Bay, as well as Center Reef and North Reef.
Sunfish continue to bite on the deeper weed edges, between 12 to 14 feet. Pillsbury Reef and Center Reef are two worthy spots to try, although you can find sunnies in numerous areas.
Walleyes are still biting in the evenings. Kegs Reef and Anderson’s Reef are two good areas to find action. If you have the patience, slip bobber fishing with a leech has been a successful approach. For less patient anglers, jigging with a leech or fathead has also worked well. Depths to find the walleyes have ranged from 12 to 20 feet.
Bass fishing has been productive as usual. Continuing the theme of fishing the weeds, you will have the best success finding quality size on the edges of Cemetery Reef and North Reef, as well as the Waconia Bay. There have been other reports of nice fish biting in the shallows in the reeds by the northwest side of the lake. Just remember, shallow water extends several hundred yards from shore in that area of the lake so be sure to trim up in that region.
Wednesday, July 15, 2009
Thursday, July 9, 2009
Lake Waconia has been producing a variety of nice fish as of late. The walleye bite has been improving. Jigging with either leeches or fatheads has been the most popular method, with fish being caught between 15 to 20 feet. Popular areas to fish include Center Reef, North Reef, and Anderson’s Reef. Sunfish have finished spawning and the bigger fish are moving out of the shallows to the outside weedlines around 12 to 14 feet. Anderson’s Reef, Pillsbury Reef and Harm’s Point have been common areas to find the nicer sunfish. Muskie action has picked up lately as well. Lots of reported sightings, as well as some successful catches have kept anglers busy. Center Reef, Pillsbury Reef, North Reef and Reinke’s Reef have been a few of the more popular places to find them. Northern fishing has improved in the past few weeks as well. Several successful catches have been reported in many of the same areas muskie anglers are fishing. Bass fishing continues to be good both shallow and deep. Surface lures like topwater frogs or poppers are great in the shallows, while Texas-rigged worms and spinnerbaits have produced fish along the deeper weedlines. For more information, please call (952) 442-2096.