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9.4.17 Sunset Lodge Fishing Report, NW Angle of LOW
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From Oak Island, MN
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Hello from the NW Angle of Lake of the Woods!

It finally feels like fall up in the Northwest Angle. Crank baits have been producing larger walleyes out of Canada, while bottom bouncing the deeper waters between reefs is yielding fish as well as a jig and minnow set up.

Crappie season is in full swing, being found at 30ft plus off of points with a light set up and a minnow.

Muskie action continues to provoke anglers. Many are experiencing multiple fish days and seeing big fish move on a variety of baits be it blades, top water or minnow baits. The approaching full moon should ensure great opportunities at a true giant.

In Minnesota waters, we have been seeing mixed bags of perch, and walleye/perch limits. Fish are being found in many difficult areas; shallow 14-18 and deeper 25-28. While fish are spread out, bottom bouncing continues to be a popular and affective approach. Our biggest walleye last week was caught on the jig in shallower rocky areas.

We hope to see you soon for some fantastic fall fishing!
Sunset Lodge

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Posted on: 2017/9/4 14:17
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