Fall Fishing Report | Lake of the Woods
With the weather getting colder, True North Guide Service reports the fishing is heating up!
The fall jig bite is on with the start of the shiner run. Jigging with shiners or chubs in the morning at whiskey flats 23-24′ produced non stop action, boating 50+ fish before 11am back to back days. Orange/gold or chartreuse/gold worked best catching limits of walleye and sauger, along with several good slot fish and two over 28″. In the afternoon/ evening fishing 21′ ft around the blinker by Warroad and along the south shore is also producing lots of nice eaters and a few good slot fish for photos. Fishing 21-29′ feet from Lighthouse Gap to Zipple Bay also yielded good numbers of fish. Jigging with shiners or chubs was best.
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Ron and Doyle from Iowa with their limits
Doyle with his 28.5″
Ron with his 28″
Photo credit: True North Guide Service