Did you know that Minnesota has 90,000 miles of shoreline? That's more than California, Florida, and Hawaii combined! And that's a lot of water to fish on. Minneapolis Northwest has great fishing area and our resource page will help you find the perfect lake to bag the perfect catch. We're also a short drive to notable Metro fishing lakes, such as Lake Minnetonka, Medicine Lake, or the iconic lakes in Minneapolis, including Bde Maka Ska, Lake Harriet, and Lake of the Isles. Mississippi River fishing is also a popular activity. Cast your line from the riverbanks at Mississippi Gateway Regional park, North Mississippi Regional Park, and River Park. You can even try kayak fishing!



North Mississippi Regional Park

Nestled between I-94 and the Mississippi River, North Mississippi Regional Park provides a scenic oasis just steps from downtown Minneapolis. This popular regional park is part of the Minneapolis Park & Recreation Board, which has been continually noticed as the No. 1 park system in the...

Mississippi Gateway Regional Park

Mississippi Gateway Regional Park (formerly Coon Rapids Dam Regional Park) provides a variety of opportunities for outdoor exploration and adventure. This unique park is defined by the Mississippi River and features 160 acres of amazing scenery to bike, hike, fish and more.