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Here’s your latest ice fishing report from Captain Cole Buley on beautiful Lake of the Woods! Fishing has been steady around Rocky Point. We are fishing anywhere from 21-32 feet of water. Electronics are key. We’re noticing that anglers running smaller lures on the dead stick are picking up fish; the more natural presentation seems to be working best. On the jigging rod, go with something loud and proud to draw the fish in. As for colors, try anything neon when it’s overcast and on the sunny days, go with gold and silver. Good luck!
**As a reminder, fishing licenses expire on Feb. 29, 2020. You will need to purchase a new license beginning March 1, 2020.

Fishing Report at Arnesen's Rocky Point

About Rocky Point

Perfectly situated on the south shore of Lake of the Woods, Rocky Point offers ice fishing, charter boats, and small boat fishing. Accommodations come in a variety of options, ranging in size from one to five bedrooms. Updated rental units have complete kitchens with all the conveniences, flat screen TV’s, satellite television and air conditioning. Guests will enjoy quality dining at Rock Harbor Lodge. Whether you’re looking for a fishing paradise or a relaxing vacation, Rocky Point has it all!

During ice fishing season, customers are comfortably transported to our heated fish houses with track vehicles that are equipped with positive floatation and global positioning systems. Our experienced guides use the LakeMaster MCC GPS chip to position the fish houses on exactly the right spot. Arnesen’s Rocky Point is located next to a wide variety of bottom structure and the winter guides move the fish houses constantly to keep our customers on fish. Fish houses are heated with safe and convenient gas wall units with two holes available per person. With the fish houses, all the bait is included. You are responsible for your own tackle and poles. We also have sleeper fish houses for those that don’t want to leave the ice!

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