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Leech Lake $th of July

This time last year, you may have been weary of crowds or even travel, as the COVID-19 pandemic ravaged the world.  In 2021, vaccationationers and vacations are both prevalent — and we are loving it! As you celebrate the Fourth of July in this brave new world, whether you’re here for fishing on Leech Lake […]

walleye fishing

Report from the Dock Mid-day walleyes have become increasingly hard to consistently catch in most areas. Anglers doing best are covering water with a spinner and crawler on mid-lake structure and picking off a few active fish as they go. The early morning and evening hours have been more consistent, especially on big flats or […]

leech lake fishing report

Report from the Dock There seemed to be quite a bit of fish movement to deeper water this week. Walleye action has been tough in many areas during the day, but the fish being caught are in that 15- to 20-foot range and being taken with spinner and live-bait rigs on, or around the structure. […]

shoreline fishing

Report from the Dock After the cold front last week, weather conditions stabilized a bit more and walleyes seem to be responding in most areas. Minnows are still productive, but leeches, nightcrawlers, and even crankbaits have started to produce better numbers of fish. Work the points, shorelines, and other shallow structures during low-light periods or […]

walleye fishing on leech lake

Are you ready for a summer of fishing on Leech Lake? While you can catch bass, perch and other finned beauties from our clear blue water, there really is nothing like Leech Lake walleye. You’ll recognize these fish by their olive green and gold color, with a white-tipped tail that you can’t miss. So just […]

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