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7.6.20 Sunset Lodge Fishing Report, NW Angle of LOW

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7.6.20 Sunset Lodge Fishing Report


Minnesota Lake of the Woods Walleye action continues in less than 10’ casting Rapala’s, floating leeches or pulling crawlers in rocks and sand bays. Walleye are also showing back up on classic structure including points and main lake reefs. Trolling deep diving Rapala’s has been producing very large pike and slot walleye in 12 to 18 ft. of water.


Lake of the Woods Musky opener was successful in shallow, weeded areas. With one over 50” boated and the rare 49.5” as well as many mid 40” fish.


With water temps increasing into the high 70’s this week, Rock areas are heating up. Smaller bass sized baits and blades have been favored by these toothy critters. Current musky anglers are seeing up to 10 fish a day!


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12.16.20 Sunset Lodge Fishing & Ice Report!

The Walleye bite has been incredible during early morning and late afternoon in 15-19 feet of water. We have had multiple groups limit out by 8:30am.

Mid-Morning we slide out to 22-26 feet for a better chance at sauger, jumbo perch and some giant northern pike.

When the Walleye have the feed bag on, any bait offered will be taken. Times of less action require a slower, more subtle presentation.

We are still using lighter vehicles to transport guests to fish houses which are currently sitting on 12- 15 inches but expect to have the bombers fired up this weekend.

As of Tuesday afternoon, there was still open water in areas from Buffalo Bay to the South side of Garden island.

We hope to see a snowmobile trail from the south end staked by next week but still do not advise travel across the main lake at this time.

For now, we are taking reservations for guests arriving by plane!

Beaver Air Tours

We officially open Dec 26th.





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