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Sunset Lodge

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  • Birthday 07/15/2012

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    www.sunsetlodgeresort.com

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    Sunset Lodge
  • Location:
    Oak Island, MN
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    Fishing, resort, ice fishing, boat rentals, fish house rentals, bar/restaurant, off-sale, gas, condos, cabins, tackle store, bait, fishing packages, fishing guides, fishing charters
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  1. 5.23.16 Sunset Lodge Fishing Report

    http://www.sunsetlodgeresort.com/fishing-reports

    The beautiful weather this past week has helped to warm up the water to 60 degrees and the fishing is getting even better! On the Minnesota side, most people are still jigging on points but have found some fish starting to move out to reefs near Oak Island, Little Oak Island and the south east side of Hay Island by Northwest Point. 1/4 ounce and 3/8 ounce jigs and minnows with gold and pink, yellow, gold and black with a yellow eye being the most productive colors and sizes. Some people are starting to pull some spinners and bottom bouncers with hammered gold and hammered gold with pink being the most productive. We are still working that 18-26 feet of water depth during the morning and day and moving up to as shallow as 8 feet for the last 45 minutes of the evening.

    In Canada, people are having great success jigging with 1/4 ounce and 3/8 ounce jigs with gold, black with the yellow eye and gold being the best sizes and colors. We are finding that rock points are producing great numbers of fish with the larger fish being right on the rocks and the 14-20 inch fish being at the transition line from rocks to sand and mud. 

    The prime depths have been a little deeper in Canada with 24-28 feet being the most productive. 

    By Jeremy Glessing

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