Over three feet of ice, the massive border water produces an excellent late-season mixed bag of perch, walleyes, and saugers.
Lake of the Woods
Lake of the Woods businesses expect steady hard-water angling for walleyes and other fish species through March 2017, maybe beyond.
The bay and the state park make for a major wintertime destination on the Minnesota side of the lake.
In its fourth year, effort helps keep garbage out of the lake — to the tune of 115 tons a year
Multi-species ice fishing success begins by avoiding shelter cities and finding less-pressured waters
Great Eight LAKE MILLE LACS East – Walleyes remain active during the evening hours on most shallow reefs. Midday hours are best spent on the deep mud and gravel and it’s important to stay on the move in order to pick off those aggressive fish. The bigger perch are being found in 25 feet or more with…
The ‘pout was 33 inches long with a girth of 23-7/8 inches
Great Eight LAKE MILLE LACS East – Walleye action has been consistently good with fish from 12 to 25 inches being caught in big numbers across the lake in 8 to 30 feet. Work the shallow reefs during low-light periods and the mud during the day. Perch are being caught in the 25-foot or deeper basin areas…
Great Eight LAKE MILLE LACS East – You’ll find 8 to 10 inches of ice in the bays, while main lake ice depths vary so be sure to check with a resort or bait shop before venturing out. Walleye action has been very good with fish of all sizes being caught in 18 to 22 feet. There…
The fish was 33 inches long and had a girth of 24 inches.
Great Eight LAKE MILLE LACS The ice was shaping up nicely earlier this week. The entire lake is capped with reports of as much as 6 inches in some of the bays and some ATVs being used in some of these areas. With the cold weather expected to continue, look for some parts of the main lake…
Frigid cold welcomed by