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Sunset Lodge

7.30.18 sunset lodge fishing report, nw angle of low

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Hello from the NW Angle!

 

Water temps are consitently in the mid to high 70’s.

 

Walleye in Minnesota can be caught on reefs with a jig and minnow. More productive methods currently are bottom bouncers and crank-baits in 24-28 feet of water.  Covering a lot of ground is key when the fish arent schooled together.  We have had many 40”+ Pike caught while trolling, reports of large Muskie also.

 

Candian walleye are spread out as well, making bottom bouncing and deep cranks the ticket to success. Fish mud bottomed areas deeper than 25ft for best results. Many nice jumbo perch limits have been coming in recently. They are biting on a jig and fathead and are concentrated at 28-30ft. 

 

Until next week,

 

Sunset Lodge

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