Monday, September 30, 2013

Leech Lake Fishing Guide Report

Leech Lake Fishing Report 
The traditional fall jig and minnow bite is in full swing on Leech Lake. Look to wind driven points such as Pine, Hardwoods and Ottertail to put keeper fish in the boat. For bigger fish, try checking the humps and shoreline breaks in Waker Bay in 21-27 feet with bigger minnows. Perch are starting to show themselves as well. The Walker Narrows, Sand Point and Grand View Flats are all kicking out perch as well as a few walleyes throughout the day.
Musky action still remains very strong. Fish are starting to show up suspended over deeper water with a few fish still remaining in the main lake reefs. Suicks, Bucktails and bulldogs are all producing action. Topwater baits have been showing and catching fish as well. 

Many like to spend the fall in a treestand or in a duckblind, however, right now is one of the greatest times of the year to get in on some walleye action. Not to mention, the possibility of a trophy fish of a lifetime!

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