I am wanting to take my two sons and dad for 3-4 day fishing trip. We are 10 hours from Grand Rapids, 6 from Minneapolis- in northern Missouri. Would like to stay in cabins. Would like to fish for Walleye, Crappie, Northern. If you had to pick one spot the last week in May/first week in June, where would it be? Thanks Reid
Reid, As a kid growing up in the area I've always been partial to High Banks Resort on Lake Winnibigoshish. http://highbanks.com/ Winnie is as good as it gets for great Walleye. It's an awesome lake for all sorts of fishing and water fun. Dad & I always had the best luck just drifting past the resort itself in 8' to 15' of water. It's always been a very nice place. Good Luck with your quest. 5foxes
I'd say to stay at the Meadow Inn in McGregor. From there you could go to many lakes within 20 minutes that are very good walleye lakes.
I just spoke to a budy that has been out for the last 2 nights and they are picking up. When you get here it will be prime time. As long as we do not get too hot the eyes will be up feeding in the shallows. Once it gets into a couple weeks of 80'S they move out to deep water,which makes them a little tougher to get. If you want to be on a lake ,Big Sandy is perfect. You have everything with all of the amenities . Hillcrest Resort would be my pick,ask for Mike or Katie,tell them C/K sent you.
Fish on Crappie Keith
http://www.bucketrack.com/THEJig.html IF IT'S WET...IT'S CATCH'N FISH
I really like fishing lake vermillion. There are many great resorts and it is an outstanding fishery. Walleyes, bass, northern, and massive muskies. I havent spent much time fishing for pannies but I know they are there. It is about 2 hours from rapids so it is a little longer ride but I think it is worth it.
Where to go??? From out of state - - -
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