I've only fished Lk Minnetonka a few times and I usually go with experienced guys who have all the right equip. As fisherman, we tend to keep our hotspots to ourselves, but I only go out a few times a year. I have my own house but no trailer to put it out with or motivated fishin buddy to help. I am spontaneous and would love to learn the lake (yeah I know it's huge), but if you are willing to give me some advice on where I could take my son where we might catch some decent sunnies, crappies, and I would love to find an occassional walleye it would be greatly appreciated. If anyone would ever want to fish together, I would really enjoy the camaraderie..still acquiring all the right equip, so if you know some selling there 10" auger or fish locators, let me know....I like to have fun when I fish, so although I can be very serious, I can enjoy just being out on the ice with some music a beer and good comapny too. All responses on good spots, what bites when are welcome....
I would give Wayzata bay a chance. Fished it at around 15 to 24 feet. Lots of sunnies and crappies, most in the mid-sized range. Also caught a nice pike out there. We used waxies and when we got tired of the sunnies, switched to crappie minnows. The Vex showed a lot of fish from the bottom all the way to the hole. Good eating...
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People who fish for food, and sport be damned, are called pot-fishermen. The more expert ones are called crack pot-fishermen. All other fishermen are called crackpot fishermen. This is confusing. ~ Ed Zern, 1947