Anchored and jigging is the norm

Anchored and jigging is the norm

Anchored and jigging is the norm, this past week we have done little drifting with spinners.  Live Shiner on a jig is doing great.  Many big fish were caught this past week, not only Walleye but Sturgeon, Small Mouth Bass, Northern and Perch as well.

The fall leave colors are starting to show up. You can watch our webcam from time to time to see them change.

Schools of Shiner minnows are around the Lighthouse Gap and in the river.  There has been a steady collection for live bait on our charters each day.

Here is a late September and early October Guided Walleye fishing deal!  Charter package specials from September 26th to October 17th.  3 nights lodging and 2 days of Walleye Master Guided Walleye fishing for $426.00 per person, add 8 meals and its only $526.00 per person.

If you have thought about relocating to a location like Lake of the Woods check out our new employment webpage. We have openings available starting in the ice season.

The forecast for this week looks like another repeat. Temperatures from overnight 50’s to daytime 80’s are forecasted this week along with some showers.  Don’t forget your rain gear!


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This past week’s temps were colder than we expected, dipping in to 20 below for most of the week. We are continuing to see big fish caught along with some nice take home fish. We are still making our way North and are 16 miles out. Hot colors this week have been pink and glow white. Keeping one line that rattles active is still a must! If your dead stick goes inactive make sure to put a fresh active minnow on, fresh bait is key on a dead stick line. We start this next week with highs in the 20’s dropping down a bit by the end of the week. We still have some availability at the end of February and March so give us a call to book your trip. FISH ON! 1-800-PRO FISH