The August bite has been hot on the south shore of Lake of the Woods! Our charter boats have been catching lots of keepers, as well as plenty of beautiful slot fish. We’re pulling spinners on the reefs in 27-31′, as well as down-rigging on the mud flats in 32-35′ … Continue reading
There’s still time to register for the South Shore Classic Fishing Tournament over Labor Day weekend! Saturday, September 2, 2017 ~ Two person teams ~ $100 entry fee per person ~ Fees included tournament t-shirt, regulation ruler, banquet meal, drink ticket and gratuity ~ 100% payout after expenses ~ Cash … Continue reading →
Here’s your latest report from Captain Tim “Wingnut” Hill. Fishing on the south shore of Lake of the Woods has been good. We’re using spinners on the reefs and trolling on the mud basins. Hammered gold, pink and green spinners are the tackle of choice. Best of luck out there!
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 →
We’ve had a great start to the open water fishing season! Jigging with frozen shiners is still working well, and we’re starting to move into spinner action with crawlers and leeches. Hammered gold is a good choice for tackle. We’re at the reefs in 28-33′ of water. Guests are catching … 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 your latest fishing report from Captain Tim “Wingnut” Hill on beautiful Lake of the Woods! “Fishing is one of the best starts I’ve had — bring extra bait because you’ll stay busy! Jigging with shiners or chubs is key. The fish are stacked tight to the bottom, so slow … Continue reading →
We’re ready to kick off open water fishing on Lake of the Woods! One of your favorite guides, Captain Tim “Wingnut” Hill, has some advice for the opener. Hill says, “The opener should be one of the best. Water temperatures will continue to rise in the next few weeks. Jigging … Continue reading →
Fishing is steady in spite of this week’s wild weather. We had two days of white out conditions and winds raging up to 55 miles per hour. Lack of snow sticking to the ice made for serious house banking issues. Concerns were that this particular front would completely shut down … Continue reading →
Here’s your latest report from Captain Tim “Wingnut” Hill. We’re working the deep sides of the reefs and getting a nice mix of walleye and sauger with some bonus perch. Dead sticks are catching most of the fish, but you need to be jigging to get fish to bite. A … Continue reading →