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1.22.18 Sunset Lodge Fishing Report, NW Angle of LOW
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From Oak Island, MN
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1.22.18 Sunset Lodge Fishing Report

Hello from the NW Angle!

Minnesota walleye fishing has been consistent between 18-21 feet. The most effective method is on the dead stick set slightly above the jigging rod. 25-28 feet is also filling buckets with a good walleye and sauger mix, even the occasional jumbo perch. Slender and Tundra spoons have been bringing fish to the house. We have also seen numerous northern pike this week with the largest being over 42.

Canadian walleye fishing remain excellent, especially along points and reefs. Crappie action has been hit or miss. The bite has been better in the morning with anglers limiting out in the first few hours. Fishing deeper than 28 feet is important to get good action.

Until next week,

Sunset Lodge

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Posted on: 2018/1/22 14:12
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Re: 1.22.18 Sunset Lodge Fishing Report, NW Angle of LOW
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How far are some of the crappie and walleye spots from the resort (by snowmobile/track van)??c63

Posted on: 2018/1/25 14:41
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