Here’s your latest fishing report from our friends at the Lake of the Woods Tourism Bureau. On the south end, it’s been a great week of walleye fishing as seasons are slowly starting the change up at Lake of the Woods. Trees are turning colors and waters are starting to cool.
With a few windy days this week, anglers fished both along calmer shorelines and in the river finding some nice eaters for their efforts. Most walleyes are still being caught on crawler harnesses. Crankbaits are a good second choice. Walleyes are being caught in 7 – 15′ along shorelines and 24-36′ over mud.
As a rule, the trophy fish have been over deep mud with the eaters being shallower. With colder nights and warmer days, water temps are starting to drop into the mid 60’s with jigging starting to turn on.
Fall fishing is right around the corner. It’s the perfect time to book your fishing adventure. Ask about our Fall Specials on charter fishing and lodging. Also, check back next week for another fishing report. We look forward to welcoming you!