November 5, 2014
River fishing has not disappointed the anglers this week. It seems as if anywhere from the International Bridge to the Gap has produced limits of walleyes and saugers. Depths from 18’-20’ have been producing the most using green, orange or gold jigs tipped with a frozen shiner. Fishing up north has been producing too. Areas by Garden Island in 20’-25’ depths have given anglers their limits as well. Weather-wise, it looks as if we are coming into a cool down. Highs will be in the high-20’s to low-30’s and lows will be dipping down into the mid-teens. The water temperature is currently at 41.9 degrees.
Chuck and Heather Fowler 30.5 in, 26 in and 21 in walleye Guided by Captain Mike
|Craig Murphy 30.75 inch walleye
Guided by Captain Dave
|Ice forming on smaller bays of water.|
Another great season is in the books! To all of you who visited this past summer, thank you. If we missed you this season, we sure hope to see you soon. The bar, dining room, many lodge rooms and pool are currently closed. Fall projects are in full swing as we get ready for our winter season. Cabins and villas are available to rent through November. The reservation desk is open year round. Make your winter reservations now online or by calling 800-862-8602! We have the first week in December in our sights to start our winter season mother nature willing! Stay tuned!
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