Minnesota Fishing with The Red Door
Gear Up and Hit the Water
As the weather warms up, the fish that were frequenting the warmer waters at the bottom of our frozen lakes are now making their way into shallower depths. You will find that the fish are hungry and can be found closer to 14-16 feet under the surface, ready to set on your hook. Spring is usually the season for walleye, but snagging a northern pike or smallmouth bass are not uncommon. Whether you have your own boat that you want to take out, or you would like to book a trip with one of our local guides, you are sure to have a successful day on these waters. So, grab your gear and get ready to hit the water for phenomenal early spring fishing on Lake Mille Lacs.