Fishing has been steady at Rocky Point the past few weeks. Our charter boats are still pulling spinners around the reefs and on the sand by Lamberston’s Rock. We’ve started downrigging out in the mud flats around 33 ft. Jigging is starting to get tough now that the water is … Continue reading
Here’s a link to our latest fishing update from Captain Ed Albrecht on Lake of the Woods. https://goo.gl/Bgr3bZ Best of luck out there!
Here’s the latest fishing report from Captain Tim “Wingnut” Hill on Lake of the Woods. The fish are mostly in small pods now, moving daily as they are chasing lake shiners. Most reefs are holding fish near and around the structures. We’re using spinners with worms on the reefs. Trolling … Continue reading →
Tim “Wingnut” Hill gives the latest fishing update from Arnesen’s Rocky Point on Lake of the Woods. You can view the report on YouTube by visiting this link: Arnesen’s Rocky Point Fishing Report
Arnesen’s Rocky Point is located on the south shore of beautiful Lake of the Woods. Enjoy summer guided fishing, as well as small boat fishing on nearby rock reefs. Rocky Point has the largest protected marina on the South shore of Lake of the Woods offering fuel, bait and overnight docking. … Continue reading →
Late summer fishing is heating up near Rocky Point! Downrigging has been the method of choice near 16 Mile Reef, Archie’s Reef and 12 Mile Reef. They’re at 32-37 feet using tail dancers and crank baits. Drift when the wind blows with hammered gold and purple spinners with crawlers. Here … Continue reading →
The reefs and deep water are producing. Many of our guests are filling their walleye limits. Jigging, crawler harnesses and trolling crankbaits are all helping produce limits. Big trophy fish are mixed in with eaters. Walleyes are being found deep over mud flats and reefs. Jigging with frozen shiners has been … Continue reading →
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The fishing continues to shine in the Rocky Point area this September! Four charters boats filled out in 30-32 feet of water close to Long Point Islands. Both downrigging and hook & line proved to be very effective. Frozen shiners and minnows were the bait of choice.