New Apparel!!!

Adult white marble camo

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Adding a white camo marble. Adding a new walleye changed from last years new logo. Adding baseball caps with the hook logo – black solid with gold/white lettering and camo hats with neon orange. All hats will have the light in the brim! Looking at the walleye sillouette logo also in the lighted hat. Youth hoodies this year adding with 2 color logo. Will have hoodies, adult 4 styles, lighted baseball style caps, and youth hoodies.

Oct 18

Despite the wind!!!!

New electrical poles are up and working
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Electrical pole #2
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New shoreline yard light up – just need to get the electrical hook-up completed.
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Close up! We are looking for LED colored light bar so those out on the water or ice can identify our place!
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Rough rolling water today!

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Clean up load #1
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Clean up Load #2
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Day house frame priming!!


Fishing Report Oct. 10 2017 posted Oct 16, 2017

Fishing report received by email on Oct. 11, 2017 from the Lake of the Woods Tourism Bureau! Enjoy!!

Fishing Report For October 10, 2017

The walleye bite is on! Walleyes increasing in numbers still along the south shore, Long Point, Zippel Bay, Lighthouse Gap, Four Mile Bay and in river. Anglers picking through small fish to fill live wells with 18-19 inch walleyes. Walleyes have the feed bags on. 18-30 feet holding fish. Anchor up with a jig with a shiner minnow. Pink, pink/white and gold have been the best colors. Reefs holding fish as well.

Rainy River anglers finding more success each day. Shiners still moving in river. Vertical jigging tipped with a shiner is best method. Some anglers trolling crankbaits with success as well. Smallmouth bass, pike and crappies showing up. Good numbers of sturgeon of all sizes being caught with some over 50″ and 60″.

Up at the Northwest Angle, in MN waters, jig and a minnow/shiner will fill your live well. Areas of best success between islands in current areas with depths ranging from 13-26.’ Fish are really hungry and are packing on the pounds before ice season! Canadian walleye fishing is also outstanding. Orange, pink or chartreuse with a minnow/shiner have been effective off of points at depth of 18-26.’ Musky action transitioning from shallow reef tops to deeper waters, trolling cranks or jigging big rubber is common practice now. Many smallmouth have been caught this week with wounds from predatory fish.

Email to on 10/11/2017 from Lake of the Woods Tourism Bureau ~