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9.11.17 Sunset Lodge Fishing Report, NW Angle of LOW
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From Oak Island, MN
Posts: 115
Hello from the NW Angle!

Water temps are currently in the low 60s.

Walleye in Minnesota are firing on all methods; bottom bouncing, jigging, or trolling with cranks. Current areas between the islands have been hot! The best depths are deeper early and mid day, migrating to 10 or less in the evening. Fish coming in have been FULL of shiners.

Canada has been giving up more and more Crappies everyday, some at 16 plus. Jigging with the lightest set up possible has been the most effective method, a few have even been caught on crank baits, which continue to yield the nicest Walleyes of the week with a few occasional Muskie. Jigging is also very productive for Walleyes on 17-22 shelves, on break lines with access to deeper water. Our Walleyes are feeding on schooled up shiners and fishing is phenomenal!

Muskie casting season is soon winding down, come up quick to reel in that fish of a lifetime!

Sunset Lodge

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Posted on: 2017/9/11 8:21
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