MONSTER WALLEYE CAUGHT ON MIDWEST OUTDOORS TV

It doesn’t always work out this way.  Fall fishing on Lake of the Woods however has potential for these kind of outings.  When filming an episode of Midwest Outdoors, we normally try and put our best foot forward and show of many of the outdoor opportunities available to outdoors minded folks.  This day it was about the great fall fishing anglers can experience on Lake of the Woods.
 
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FALL COLORS PEAKING AROUND LAKE OF THE WOODS

It’s that time of the year many call their favorite.  “Sweatshirt weather” as some call it also is the time when the forests, bogs, fields and shorelines come to life with the changing colors of fall.  Right now is the peak time to view fall colors around Lake of the Woods.  To help plan your adventure, the MN DNR tracks fall colors around the state with a helpful fall colors map.
 
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Waterfowl Hunting Starts Hot

The birds are flying. The time is now to book a trip up to Lake of the Woods to do some blasting.
 
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Chicken Marsala

Add this recipe to your cook book!

 
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Variety of Lodging!

A complete listing of Lake of the Woods resorts and, hotels from the Rainy River, South Shore and NW Angle
 
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Fishing Report For September 28, 2016
    
Walleyes and Saugers continue to move closer to the south shore. Good fishing in 23 feet of water outside the Lighthouse gap and all along the south shore. Shiner minnows in the area keeping large schools of walleyes active! The bite will continue to improve in the coming weeks. Anchoring and jigging with a shiner minnow successful with gold or pink/gold the colors of choice. Some crankbait action in the afternoons to cover water to find active schools. Lots of ducks and geese in the area as local waterfowl still around. Should expect a good northern push in a few weeks as it gets colder.
The Rainy River continues to get better each day as more shiners and walleyes push into the river. Fall walleye fishing on the Rainy River can be some of the best! Sturgeon are being boated up and down the river daily. 
Up at the Northwest Angle, walleye and sauger action is hot. Drifting with a bottom bouncer, spinner, and a minnow doing great. Anchoring and jigging with a minnows doing good as well. Look for deep holes and mud areas in 18-30 feet between Oak and Flag Island. Also look for points with depths of 8-18 feet as shiners have started moving into bays. On the Ontario side, walleye fishing is red hot as the feed bags are on to bulk up for the winter. Use electronics to locate schools of fish in 18 to 28 feet and use a jig and minnow. Bottom bouncers with spinners can be used to cover water to locate fish. Crappies over 15 inches are stacked up in sharp drop offs and around flooded timber in 30 feet. Muskie action has turned to trolling large minnow baits in 10-18 feet. Plenty of waterfowl in area with local birds still around. Resorts, guides, and general info at LakeoftheWoodsMN.com
 
 
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