1. First Bass learning to jig, now hooked on bass fishing.

    Largemouth Bass with a Jig worm

  2. Call me a fishing nut or just nuts, but spent day in hospital after I got caught in freezing rain with no rain gear during a local tournament and after 8 hours was ...more hypothermic. Prize package would make for a great start to the 2015 fishing season up here is frigid MN/WI waters.

  3. 3 lb. 11 oz. Largemouth Bass with a jig with Berkley purple power worm

    1. Jon Giacalone 0
      Solid pair!
  4. Largemouth Bass with a jig with Berkley green pmkn worm

    1. Gregory Jones 0
      Great website and nicely put together. Will send email connection so we can chat.
    2. Nicholas Cox 0
      Check out TonkaFishing.com for a dedicated Lake Minnetonka Fishing source.
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  5. hitting nice bass

    21 in. Largemouth Bass with a Texas worm

  6. Not too late for anyone who wants to walk out and hit the pumpkins; and take your kid

    Sunfish with a Waxy

  7. Will be up fishing Whitefish early July, any tips (spots) you care to share?

  8. Will be heading to Green Bay/Fox river area June 2nd and won't be towing boat. Any good shore fishing for smallies/muskie or do you know any cheap but good guides ...more (2 boats or one large) that could take 6 dudes out?

  9. the news just shared that 3-4 people fell through ice on Minnetonka. I believe they were all in cars. I have been out driving on ice but that was before the warm ...more up. Hopefully with the cold front we can hit those spots again.

  10. Anyone been ice fishing off Minnetonka or near Minneapolis that is willing to share any hot spots or tips?

    1. Gregory Jones 0
      Was just out this weekend. Ice is around 19-20 inches but the channels and pressure points are very thin and many cars going through. If you don't know these ...more spots avoid fishing this lake. However, I fished Wayzata bay which you can access via firelane on North side. Find the 60 foot hole. You will find suspended crappie, bass, and perch with an occassional wally and pike. We used glow jig heads (blue) tipped with crappie minnows and slaughtered the crappies and perch. We also dropped Swedish pimples (ice white or green) tipped with fat heads and they produced a few bass and a couple nice walleys.
    2. Brian Jensen 0
      I was wondering the same thing. I'm planning a trip up there in a few weeks. I typically fish northern MN, like Lake Winnie.
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Been fishing since I was old enough to hold my own pole. Fish many weekends and many lakes, including Great Lakes and Atlantic Ocean.

Fishing Favorites

  • Species Bass, Walleye
  • Waterway Minnetonka
  • Lure Crankbait-Big Sexy