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During the current heat wave, the bite in the Brainerd Lakes Area has been very good.
The temperature of the water was rapidly rising. Water temperatures were in the mid-seventies when we arrived.
The northern pike have been quite active along the weedlines, and there is now a fantastic trolling bite. Northern pike have been found at water depths of six to fourteen feet with heavy weed cover.
Crankbaits, spinnerbaits, swim jigs, and live sucker minnows suspended under a float will all catch a lot of fish.
The walleye bite has been a little slower this year, but you may still catch a few fish in the early morning and late evening.
The walleyes have been strewn over gravel and weed areas at a depth of six to fourteen feet. They’re also popping up in 24 to 28 feet of water on some mid-lake structure.
During the day, live bait rigs and slip bobbers have been the most fruitful for us.
On the clearer areas of water, night trolling stickbaits is also producing some excellent walleyes.
If you guys want to go out, you can either arrange a trip via my website or contact me. Best of luck out on the water!
Dustin Monson is a musician from the United States.
Information about how to contact us:
Hawg Hunterz Guide Service: Mille Lacs Lake and the Brainerd Lakes Area
If you have any questions or would like to book a guided fishing trip, please contact Dustin at firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text 320-293-2442.
Hawg Hunterz Guide Service may be found on Facebook.