Lake of the Woods Fishing Report | Monday, June 17, 2019
- The lake is healthy and full of walleyes.
- Anchored up and jigging and drifting or trolling spinners the most productive in depths ranging from 14-32′.
- Walleyes on both structure and over mud in the basin from Pine Island to Knight/Bridges to Archie’s Reef and spots in between.
- Gold, pink, glow and orange good starting points.
- Most walleye anglers fishing lake.
- The river holds a nice population of resident walleyes.
- Nice for a change of scenery, smaller boats, blow days, etc.
- Walleyes and saugers being caught in normal river areas such as holes, current breaks and sand riffs.
- Smallmouth bass relating to rocks, bridges.
- Pike in and adjacent to bays and current breaks.
- Sturgeon season opens July 1st for the catch season again.
- Walleye fishing strong on both sides of the border.
- Anglers finding walleyes on flats, rocky points and over mud in 6′-30′.
- Jigging and spinners with minnows and crawlers doing well.
- Parakeet, pink and white and gold strong colors.
- Saugers, pike, perch and bass also in the mix.
- Muskies opener produced good numbers of quality fish.
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