Southern Minnesota Fishing

Southern Minnesota Fishing Map

The southern Minnesota region offers an incredible variety of scenery and fishing possibilities. The Minnesota River, Mississippi River, and countless smaller tributaries wend their way among rich farmland, scenic valleys and tall, forested bluffs. For perfect fly fishing, quiet trout streams and fishing lakes abound, and the challenge of spring fishing the high waters and fast currents in the big rivers from boat or shore calls to the more adventurous angler. Here on Fishing-In-Minnesota.com, you can find all of the useful tips and geographical information you will need to plan fishing vacation in the southern Minnesota region.

Southern Minnesota River fishing

250px_riverfishingFishing the rivers in southern MN can be challenging and rewarding. With the Minnesota fishing opener just around the corner, fishermen from across the US are preparing for the challenge of wrestling with the fast river currents from the spring thaw. We have the most up-to-date fishing reports for the rivers in the region, and you can find targeted information about various hot spots for walleye, panfish, and even the mighty muddy-bottom catfish.

Southern Minnesota fishing lakes

If river fishing is not your style, southern Minnesota has a vast network of lakes and ponds for visiting anglers as well. Here in our pages, you can discover which lakes are most likely to have high populations of the species of fish on which you have set your sights, as well as information like state park lands, local accommodations, fish consumption advisories, and which fishing gear and clothing would be best for seasonal weather in the areas you plan to visit.

Discover great shore- and dock-fishing sites on Lake Benton, MN, the largest lake in Lincoln County. With the local information we provide, you can locate the elusive walleye in Lake Benton’s 2,875 acres, as well as largemouth bass, bluegill, bullheads, pike, and crappies.

Check out the information we can provide about other fishing hot spots such as Madison Lake, MN, in Blue Earth County. This fishing destination,spanning 1,446 acres, is a favorite for Minnesota fly fishermen and anglers seeking all different types of fish. While you enjoy Madison Lake fishing, you will find all the current information you need in our pages to make the best decisions for your daily fishing efforts. Or consider visiting Frontenac State Park, on the shores of Lake Pepin. If you are fishing Lake Pepin, you may want to know more about the 89 different species of fish that have been identified within its waters. Find that information here, with links to current fishing reports and weather conditions.

Whether you want to enjoy summer trolling in your boat, or want to try your hand at fly fishing Minnesota waters, you can find information here to help you decide when and where to set up your fishing camp and set your sights on the big one. Find out about what fish are found in Big Stone Lake, and what amenities the lake’s southern community of Ortonville, MN can provide. Read about Red Wing, MN on the banks of the Mississippi River, to find out what offshore access sites and boat launch facilities are available. Whatever you need to know about the southern Minnesota destinations you are considering, you will find valuable information here in our pages

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