Erickson Guide Service Makes it Happen on Lake Minnetonka
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Lake Minnetonka is a trophy lake offering multi species of game fish including Northern Pike, Walleye, Bass, Muskie, Sunfish and Crappies.
When you're looking for some mid-day Minnesota Ice Fishing action during the dead of winter give us a call.
Whether it's 100 people or 2 people Erickson Guide Service can make it happen on Lake Minnetonka for your corporate fishing event.
Lake Minnetonka Fishing Guide and Ice Fishing at Minneapolis, MN you say. Whether you're looking for mid-day Minnesota Ice Fishing action during the dead of winter, or a relaxing early-morning fishing journey to a remote bay in summer- there's always enough fishing excitement to fill your catch with an explosion of angling surprises along with many cherished memories. Lake Minnetonka is located 20 miles west of downtown Minneapolis, MN. Lake Minnetonka is a trophy lake offering multi species of game fish including Northern Pike, Walleye, Bass, Muskie, Sunfish and Crappies. The lake offers a rich variety of structure, vegetation and water clarity in it's nearly 15,000 acres and 100+ miles of shoreline. Join us here and allow us the opportunity to fill your limit of fishing fun, Fishing Lake Minnetonka, Minnesota with Erickson Guide Service it is the only way to go. We will pick you up at Lord Fletcher's Restaurant Directions & MAP
Your guide boat is a 21 foot Lund Pro V with Kurt Erickson at the wheel as your guide. The Lund Fishing boat is safe, wide and comfortable. You are fully insured for charter fishing and the boat is equipped with all USCG approved safety equipment and a cellular phone. We provide top quality rod & reels, lures and live bait to meet any presentation need whether trolling, jigging, or casting. If you have your own equipment and would prefer to use it you certainly may.
Also featured is an underwater camera to view fish up close and personal and see the lake you only thought you knew!
Fishing season is just around the bend
Passage way to Lake Minnetonka. If you're searching Minnesota for great, early Spring fishing excitement this side of Canada, you've found it. And it'll be happening all around you... that is if you are willing to brave a little chill. Spring ice out is one of the most tranquil times and most productive fishing throughout the entire fishing season. Why, you ask?
It'll be the big ones you catch. Water temps are chilly, lake vegetation is only beginning to emerge and water levels are high. You're going to have to fish them deep- that is until water temps start reaching 60 degrees.
Ice fishing tactics work best. However, after a good heavy, wet Spring rain you can be assured worms, grubs and night crawlers are appealing appetizers for bonus-sized bluegills and black crappies.
If you can get away early spring, by all means try it... you'll be hooked lined and sinkered for good.