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Walleye Fishing

Walleye action is strong with minnows on the shallow rocks along the east side, shoreline structure and points in Sucker Bay, and the Bear Island area. Rubber baits or sucker minnows are working best for muskies on the mid-depth rocks and reed edges. There have been a few more ringbills being shot, but not a […]

Fall Cabin Vacation

If you’re looking for the best season for a visit to Walker, Fall should be at the top of your list. It’s prime season for both hunting and fishing. The fall colors are incredible. The weather is perfect for a horseback ride, family forest hike, or dinner & drinks on an outdoor patio. The options […]

Background image of trees and a lake in the fall

A jig and minnow is producing walleyes on the points and shorelines in 6 to 9 feet with some wind or 10 to 15 feet if it’s calm. Diamond Point, Battle Point, Mounds Point, Duck Point, and the Hardwoods have all produced walleyes this week. Trolling crankbaits at night in less than 12 feet has […]

Grouse Hunter

September is one of the best months to be in Minnesota. Not only do you get to experience the explosion of fall colors throughout our many state and national parks & forests, but it’s the perfect time to get in some hunting and fishing in the same weekend With Lake Trout season open through September […]

Fishing Lure Hanging on Branch

Minnows or crawlers are turning walleye fishing on the main lake bars and wind-driven points in 7 to 12 feet. Better areas this week include Otter Tail Point, Goose Island Flats, Star/Oak Point, and Pine Point – just depends on the wind. Topwater or rubber baits are triggering some muskies and rocks seem to be […]

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