By: Jennifer Bateman | Monday, January 18, 2016
Fishing for northern pike in June is what several of our guests do when the lake water temperature is still a bit cool. However, Two Inlets Lake is a great northern pike lake for the entire summer. The smaller to mid-size northerns are caught in May, June and the first part of July, then again in the fall. Guests have caught lunker pike most commonly in late July and August when the lake water is much warmer.
Bob recently attended the Minnesota DNR Fisheries Roundtable, which is an informative conference about the latest research and concerns about the state's fishing resource. This year's Roundtable focused on "the complexity of managing Minnesota's natural resources" for diverse interests in a changing world.
New ideas about northern pike regulations was the most relevant topic for Two Inlets Lake. Rather than detail it here, I am providing a link to the proposal and scientific findings. It only takes about two to three minutes to read, but you can access more detail if you want. If you have about eight minutes, I would highly recommend watching the video, too. It's pretty amazing how much research goes into Minnesota's fishing resource. If you have an interest in northern pike fishing anywhere in the state, you will find this information very interesting.
You can read about the study and proposal here. You can also access the video from the link.
For northern pike fishing specific to Two Inlets Lake, click here to read some good fishing tips from Bob.
Until next time ~~ Jennifer
Fishing for northern pike in June is popular at Two Inlets Resort, which is located north of Park Rapids, MN. Serving the fisherman, we offer boats for rent, quality docks, fish wrapping service, along with live bait and outboard motor gas.