Leech Lake Fishing Report for February 20, 2020
February 20, 2020
Lake conditions have improved enough that off-road truck use is now an option in many areas. The slush has diminished as well, just avoid any large drifts. The reefs on the south shore are giving up a few walleyes during the evening hours in 17 to 26 feet, as are the 25- to 30-foot humps in Walker Bay. The 12- to 15-foot breaks in Walker Bay are producing some perch during the day and a few walleyes each evening – the shallow perch bite has been slow. A few tullibees are being caught in the deep basin areas off Stoney Point and look for eelpout in 20 feet or more throughout Walker Bay.