Set the hook!
Nice keeper walleyes and a few larger are biting at the line this week. Anglers are finding the best walleye bite in 25’-30’ pulling gold spinners with a minnow or worm as well as a jig and a minnow along the edges of points or on top of reefs.  Water temperature is currently 65 degrees. Come get into the fall action!

Muskies, Pike, Bass
These fish are starting to move to the rocks but you can still find them in the weeds.  So be sure to check out both of these spots right now.  Throwing top water baits has been the ticket.

Fall is one of the best times of the year to reel in these sweet flavored fish on Lake of the Woods. Anglers are starting to reel in some nice crappies and once the water starts to dip in the next few weeks, the bite should only get more aggressive.  Using a 1/4 ounce jig or smaller tipped with a minnow works well in areas with structure.

Jumbo perch are on the reefs. Grab some minnows and a 1/8 ounce jig and jig away.

Not sure where to go?
Take a guide! Sit back relax and reel in the fish. With nearly 1 million acres to explore, Lake of the Woods can be overwhelming, leave the guess work out of a fun fishing trip and take a guide.  For more information about our guided trips click here.