Guests - If You want access to member only forums on HSO. You will gain access only when you sign-in or Sign-Up on HotSpotOutdoors.

It's easy - LOOK UPPER right menu.

flagislanddan

HSO Family
  • Content count

    1
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About flagislanddan

  • Rank
    Newbie
  • Birthday

Profile Information

  • Name:
    Flag Island Resort
  • Location:
    Flag Island, MN
  • Interests:
    Hunting, Fishing, Outdoors
  • Gender:

Single Status Update

See all updates by flagislanddan

  1. Fishing Report from Flag Island Resort 6-20-16

    Ontario

    Saturday was the Musky opener in both Ontario and Minnesota and the water temp at 65 on both sides. A lot of nice fish anywhere from 36- 50 inches being caught with a lot of good action in sandy bays with weed structure and moving to points. Smaller buck tails, jerk baits and other smaller baits proved to be successful.

    Walleyes have been in 18-30 feet of water in the mud and transitional areas due to the may fly and other bug hatches. White, gold, and pink lead 1/4 -3/8-ounce jig heads are still successful and always seem to be a good go to. Some guides have found success pulling spinners on the outside of the reefs during this transitional period. The average walleye we saw this week was approximately 20 inches with a 30 and 33 incher among the mix.

    Minnesota

    The Minnesota Musky opener showed fishermen quite a few muskies, especially around Flag, Brush and Oak Island.

    Walleyes have been found in 23-25 feet of water around Stony point and NW point, fishing was tough for a few days but it has definitely turned around. Hammered gold, pink and orange have shown to be successful while pulling spinners and bottom bouncers, crawlers have been more productive but, we still are picking up a few with shiners. The shinners have moved out deeper and are more scattered now moving the fish out to the reefs and away from larger islands. With the may fly and other bug hatches pulling rapalas in deeper water has been successful as the fish have been suspended about 5 feet off the bottom. Saugers have been found more by Kirk and Norman.

    Until next week, good luck fishing!

    Dan Schmidt and Jeremy Glessing, Flag Island Resort

    218-223-8011

    13407004_10153781328742635_2945173561721757324_n.jpg

    13407190_10153769016182635_1674339453465763197_n.jpg

    13407253_10153774281972635_6083517813745685228_n.jpg

    13419005_10153779905827635_3173595052174134086_n.jpg

    13427776_10153769016212635_1117080592700414371_n.jpg

    13432330_10153774282052635_1020156751706205199_n.jpg

    13432336_10153781328867635_1158650139405091774_n.jpg

    13432388_10153774281952635_8706258059989461715_n.jpg

    13434702_10153779905912635_798273715373117515_n.jpg

    13435420_10153781329037635_825944514294506356_n.jpg

    13435562_10153768756157635_4913179216008602187_n.jpg

    13442641_10153781724557635_1904407359350339830_o.jpg

    13445549_10153779491007635_5159554728955547155_n.jpg

    13445606_10153776932022635_4608040108551206965_n.jpg

    13450073_10153768886347635_892420502588781996_n.jpg

    13466032_10153779905947635_2186272235586364067_n.jpg