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Price County Fishing Report

Anglers across our area are experiencing some good fishing for a variety of species. Walleye action has been steady at dusk. Jig and minnow combinations are working but leeches are also making up some nice catches. We are seeing mayflies on the water so the walleye bite might slow a bit but fish will still be catchable. Walleyes are found on weed edges and sunken islands in 6 to 15 feet of water. Some nice perch are also present with these walleyes.

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Muskies are moving on bucktails and jerk baits.  Fish have been relatively shallow around weeds and wood. These muskies will soon be in the summer patterns as water temps rise so anglers should explore points, shallow weeds, sunken islands and fish relating on the first break.

Crappies are moving out off spawning areas and are beginning to suspend.

Northern action has been steady all spring. We are finding them on shallow weed flats on larger spinner baits and stick baits.

 

Good Luck Fishing

Joe Brezinski, Northland Guide Service