Drifting with gold or bright orange jigs or spinners tipped with a minnow has been doing best for catching walleyes. Areas with a good bite have been Little Oak Island and Tug Channel in 20-25 feet of water. Walleyes have been found on rocks eating crawfish or in mud eating hatches. Some nice pike are also being found in 22’-28’ of water using flashy spoons and shad raps.

Muskie fishing on the Ontario side opens this Saturday!
Lake of the Woods is an awesome lake to find huge muskies and the Ontario side has some of the best spots just a hop, skip and a jump away from us. Green cabbage weeds are going to be great places to start in between small islands and weedy bays. Flashy crank baits and buck tails are great for the stained Lake of the Woods waters. Get ready to do some casting the season is about to start! Guides available!

Check out the newest addition to Sportsman’s on Oak Island.