Lake of the Woods Fishing Report | Monday, June 3, 2019
- Strong walleye pattern continues.
- Fish deeper in areas–15-30′ with most activity in that 25-26′ range.
- Anchored up and jigging with minnows and frozen shiners still very effective.
- Water temp mid 50’s.
- Gold combined with other colors productive.
- Nice reports spread along the south shore and around Knight and Bridges Islands.
- Summer pattern starting to settle in.
- Walleyes and saugers being caught in holes, current breaks and sand riffs.
- Smallmouth bass and pike anglers are being found, although most anglers focused on walleyes.
- Some anglers casting river mouths, bays, and rocky areas for a mixed bag.
- Sturgeon season opens July 1st for the catch season again.
- Another great week of walleye fishing.
- Some walleyes coming from shallow mud, 6-8′ with spinners heating up.
- Walleyes relating to points are hanging in 20-27′ with most anglers are jigging.
- Pink and gold still strong colors.
- Saugers, pike, perch and bass also in the mix.
- Smallmouth bass still deep and should slide into bays very soon.
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