Leech Lake Area Fishing Report!

Walleye Bite is Starting to Change! The Leech Lake area fishing has been on fire for all species! The walleye have been active in a variety of depths as they are entering yet another transitionary period all too soon it seems. We have been finding our best luck for active fish in 9’-14’ of water,Continue reading “Leech Lake Area Fishing Report!”

Northern Minnesota Fishing Report: 05/19/21

Here is your Fishing Report for the Minnesota Northland! For the areas of Walker, Longville, Grand Rapids Minnesota Fishing Opener never ceases to amaze us. Years past we are all too familiar with cold air temps, generally ugly precipitation, marginal surface temperature, high winds and frozen fingers. Wow! Was this opener a surprise or what?Continue reading “Northern Minnesota Fishing Report: 05/19/21”

Minnesota Walleye Fishing Opener Next Week…

Fishing Opener! The big Minnesota Walleye, Pike and Lake Trout Opener is next weekend!! Who is ready for it? Us as Minnesoatan’s know an early spring has been a long time coming, we are happy to see the walleye have been able to spawn before the big day, that is, the Minnesota Walleye Opener! AnContinue reading “Minnesota Walleye Fishing Opener Next Week…”

Rainy River Fishing Report

The Famous Rainy River is open and is definitely producing plenty of quality Walleye!After last year’s closures in lieu of the Covid-19 Pandemic, and having a brand new boat this year, we (along with many) certainly were anxious to hit the river! Finally the FISHING IS ON! The water temp is currently reading in theContinue reading “Rainy River Fishing Report”

Northern Minnesota Fishing Report: 01/14/21

Ice conditions: still vary across the Northland. We have found as little as 8 inches on deeper larger bodies, but average ice across the area is ranging from 13’ to 20’ of “good and solid” ice. There are a few slush pockets since the warmer weather has started, but nothing too concerning. We do highly adviseContinue reading “Northern Minnesota Fishing Report: 01/14/21”

Fishing Report: Park Rapids, Walker, Leech Lake, Longville, Hackensack, Grand Rapids Areas

Walleyes have been on the chow on most of the midsized bodies of water along the weed edges, sunken humps and bars anywhere from 12′ to 28′ of water. Keep an eye on the primary transition areas such as sand to muck, boulders to gravel, weeds to sand (etc.) These areas are key right now.Continue reading “Fishing Report: Park Rapids, Walker, Leech Lake, Longville, Hackensack, Grand Rapids Areas”

Walleye Fishing on the Rainy River

Despite the most recent cold front, the Rainy River continues to make headway. Spots of open water have already been reported all the way to Birchdale Landing. With the upcoming warmer temperatures this week we are expecting to see more progress. As the ice recedes on the river the anticipation to hit the open waterContinue reading “Walleye Fishing on the Rainy River”

Panfish Bite at its Finest Right Now!

Ice Conditions are very exceptional still as there is not much snow left atop, or at all on most lakes. Ice thickness has remained consistent for the most part from 26” to 36” of ice. Continue to use caution however, especially on the inlets, outlets, where springs may be present and of course along theContinue reading “Panfish Bite at its Finest Right Now!”

Walleye Closes this Weekend but There is Still a Lot To Do!

We have passed the peak of Winter and it should be all downhill from here, although Mother Nature is notorious for gnashing her teeth refusing to relinquish to Spring. The bite can often become tough this time of year, but certainly not impossible. Fishing in the high opportunity windows can still produce satisfying results even inContinue reading “Walleye Closes this Weekend but There is Still a Lot To Do!”

Conditions Have Improved and the Fish are Biting

Ice Conditions: The conditions of the ice have improved across the area significantly over the past few weeks. The smaller bodies of water which were just a mess of slush not too long ago have healed up for the most part and attracting anglers back out. The snow has settled; however, travel is still bestContinue reading “Conditions Have Improved and the Fish are Biting”