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Lake of the Woods Fishing Report
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South Shore. A good bite was reported for last week with the warmer temperatures in 24-32'. In addition to traditionaldaytime bite, some anglers getting into some good fish after dark on structure which is not typical. Morning evening bite in 15-17' for walleyes continues to be good. Resorts and outfitters keeping ice roads in good shape as warm weather moving around ice. One two punch of jigging line and dead stick effective as is the use of electronics to mark fish.Jigging spoons ingold, glow, glow red and pink UV. Small rippin raps in bright and gold colors. Auger extension could be necessary in spots where ice is layered. Snowmobilers stay on marked trail, big ice chunks off of trail.



Rainy River pushing out some nice walleyes with an occasionalsturgeon through the ice. Fish houses along the snowmobile trail from Wheeler's Point to Baudette Bay. Morning, evening bite most effective.



The NW Angle has good ice conditions where resorts have ice roads / trails andfishinghas remained hot. Good walleyes in 18-28' with saugers and perch in deeper water. Set dead stick a bit higher than jigging line. Resorts guiding for crappies on the Ontario side of lake, best bite in 30' or deeper, morning best. Crappie mortality rate high when releasing in 25' or deeper thus move on to walleyes or another species when you have your fish.Snowmobile trails on and around the lake are marked and groomed.

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