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9.17.18 Sunset Lodge Fishing Report, Nw Angle Of Low


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Hello from the NW Angle where our water temps are in the low to mid 60's. 


Minnesota fishing has been great this last week.  Crank baits and bottom bouncers/spinner rigs provide a lot of quality action.  Fish are still being found in mud away from structure. However, expect that to change as water temperatures are falling daily. This will lead to fish schooling on structure and outside shallow bays. Fishing is great and will only improve as fall progresses.  

Canadian fishing is producing more and more crappies every week; fish deeper water points where fish are suspended.  Walleye continue to hit bait rigs behind bottom bouncers in the mud.  Jig and minnow/shiner is becoming more effective every day.  Deeper holes in gaps between islands are beginning to load up with hungry walleye.  Fishing pressure is down on Muskies, making it a great time to target them on classic spots where they haven’t been seeing much action. 

See you soon!

Sunset Lodge

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