Fishing Report from Sportsman’s Lodge 6/21/2013

Lake of the Woods South Shore
Fishing Report
Sportsman’s Lodge
Baudette, MN


Summer Begins!!

The fishing and weather has remained steady all week. We have had some nice warm sunny days and the water has had a chance to start warming up. Fishing reefs and rubble rock areas have been most productive as of late, the mud still has some fish but catches have been spotty. Weed growth in the bays and river are prime for multi species right now.

 Jig and minnow combo is still one of the most consistent ways to catch fish right now. Change colors to find a hot color, gold and orange are good starters right now. Pulling spinners and crank baits are still effective. Cast weed less spoons, spinner baits, and plastic minnow immitations in and around weed cover for northerns, bass, walleye, and maybe and occasional random musky.

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 Jacque Blackman 28 inch walleye Anthony Hermanson with Hermanson group caught a big 27 inch with Capt. Troy

Andrew Kramer 28 1/4 inch walleye


NW Angle/Oak Island
Fishing Report
Sportsman’s Oak Island Lodge
Oak Island, MN


Walleye season off to good start!

Some of the reefs are beginning to load up with fish, but walleyes are still being found up shallow on shore. Reefs topping out at 22′ to 24′ have been most productive. 3/8 ounce jig in your favorite color and a minnow. Pulling spinners along shore lines and points is still producing fish. Musky fishing is now open and many fish are being caught near shallow spawning bays. Look for new weed growth and big boulders to hold fish. Bass are in shallow sandy bays with nice boulders, crank baits and plastic swim baits will work well for this.

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