Lake of the Woods Fishing Report | June 21, 2020
With the weather warming up, True North Guide Service reports the fishing is heating up too.
“Fishing along the south shore was good all week from Springsteel to Willow. Pulling spinners with minnows or crawlers worked best. Target depths were 6-14′ with lots of good eaters being caught. Jigging north of the blinker 18-21′ was steady with a few slots in the mix for pictures. The south tip of Buffalo turned on later in the week with some quality fish being caught on spinners and jigs. Fishing 12 Mile Reef was also good this week jigging in the mud off the rocks. Out in the mud between Sandy Shores and Zippel Bay 30-32′ jigging was good but slip bobbers and leeches were out producing the jig and caught most of the photo fish.”
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Melissa and a 24″ – Corey and a 25″