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Fishing Report Lake Minnewaska 3/6/15

Fishing Report from Koep's for Lake Minnewaska and Lake Reno 3/6/15

During the cold spell last week, there was not much acttivity on the lakes. Blustery winds and cold temps kept many fisherman inside. However this week-end and next weeks

forcast looks great so thing should start to pick up. If you are looking for crappies I would head to Lake Reno, 11-14 feet of water. Remember to be mobile, if you are not

catching them in one spot, start drilling holes and moving you will find them. On Minnewaska I would head over by morning glory gardens and start out in 10 feet of

water, and again keep mobile. Another good starting spot would be  out in the front of the DNR landing. Don't forget some of the smaller lakes too, Pocket Lake,

Lake Mary, Lake Villard, all great options to chase the pan fish. So far Ice conditions are good, no reports of open water on either Minnewaska or Reno. Please

be careful when going out this time of year, it does not take long for that to change. Ice is never 100% safe!  Koep's still has fatheads and crappie minnows along

with wax worms, plus a good varitey of panfish lures left. We open at 5:30 on Saturday morning and 6:00 on Sunday!  Have fun fishing!

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