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October 20, 2018

September 3, 2018

For all the times I’ve fished Lake Minnetonka, it is surprising that I’ve never launched at Lake Minnetonka Regional Park in Minnetrista, MN.  Plus, I haven’t spent that much time fishing that part of the lake.

Nice access, with an abundance of nearby spots to try. Pretty good conditions: overcast, with a slight breeze.

Caught a few bass on spinnerbaits and a musky jerk bait. No musky though.  Lots of minnows in shallow and that is where I was catching the bass.  Caught a few pike near submerged mid-lake humps.

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– Hats

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