Fishing Report Mille Lacs Lake Minnesota - 2011-07-02 #13
The bite on Lake Mille Lacs continues to be good. Fish can be found on the shallow rocks along the southeast side in 7-12 feet of water. Anglers are having the most success using a slip bobber and leech, or rigging with a leech. The mud flats, such as Matton, Myr-Mar, and Sherman's, are giving up some nice fish on the edges of the flats. Here, as well as at some of the deep gravel bars, spinners with crawlers or leeches are working well. This presentation is speed-dependent.
Toward sundown, the slip bobber and leech bite remains best, with depths ranging from 6-34 feet all producing fish! Some scattered smallmouth bass action is being reported in waters as deep as 12 feet. The most consistent depth, however, is still less than 6 feet. Use small tubes and grubs for the majority of fish. 1-888-350-2692; www.millelacs.com