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Anglers in the Park Rapids area have mostly been on hiatus this week. Only a couple of large, deep lakes still have boat access and the vast majority of the lakes DO NOT have walkable ice. If you do find a small, wind protected lake with a minimum of 4 inches of ice to walk […]
Small ponds and some of the shallow lakes in the Park Rapids area are beginning to freeze over. With water temperatures falling to the high 30’s, it won’t be long until anglers are exploring the lakes on the ice. Some of the larger bodies of water are still open and accessible, especially for those few […]
Boat traffic on Park Rapids area lakes has slowed dramatically due to deer season, but those who ventured out had good success. With the unseasonably warmer temperatures, water temperatures remain stable in the high 40’s but will undoubtedly drop this week. Walleye action was solid in 8-28 feet depending upon the body of water. A […]
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Water temperatures continue to decline across the area with surface temperatures in the high 40’s. Both waterfowl hunters and anglers should exhibit caution and safety when utilizing watercraft on and around the cold water. For planning purposes, all public access docks and portable bathrooms have been removed though the accesses remain open. Walleye fishing has […]