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2.9.21 Sunset Lodge Fishing & Ice Report!

 

We are finding quality walleye and sauger in 20-24 ft, with the best method being to acctract them in with a rattle bait such as a rippin rap or buckshot. Our houses with the best numbers have been ones in 28 ft. or deeper. When no fish are being marked, it is important to aggressively rip baits 3-4 feet, then slow the action as fish appear on screen.

 

The attitude of a walleye can change from house to house, where one shack has all the action on a deadstick, the next house can get most bites by jigging. Angles who reasses their presentaion daily will put more fish in the pail.

 

Pike from 22-44 inches are being caught on live or dead sucker minnows. Bring up some suckers and place tip ups on or near rock structure and watch flags fly!

The Ice Road from Warroad is open and in great shape.

https://www.facebook.com/nwaiceroad

 

Join this weekend on a SPECIAL Valentine's Day day pass for only $75 round trip per vehicle.

https://www.facebook.com/events/1041895192998473

 

Snowmobile trails are being groomed consistently and are also in good shape.

https://www.facebook.com/NorthwestAngleEdgeRiders

 

Come visit us on the 27th of February for the Edge Rider’s 20th Annual Snowmobile Rally!

https://www.facebook.com/events/1200488093686092

 

To check availability or Book Now, please visit our website:

www.minnesotafishingresorts.com

 

See you soon!

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