Sounds of the Northwoods
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Fishing Report:


 Date: 11/14/16

Lake of the Woods South Shore Ice, Fishing & Trails Report:               November, 2016 by Sportsman's Lodges

A strong walleye bite in the river has been going on this week. A jig and a shiner minnow around Wheeler’s Point, front of the lodge, Baudette Airport and Clementson have all produced nice walleyes. If you still have the itch and a boat to throw in, come on up!

Ice Fishing will be here before we know it!
A good 10 days of lows in the single digits is all we need to make 8-10 inches of ice and start our season. We are looking forward to ice fishing season 2016-2017 to kick off in early December.

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Date: 11/14/16

November, 2016

Most of the effort shifted from the lake to the woods, with many sitting in deer stands this week. Reports indicated that there are a few more deer in the area than last year. Some hunters did well and others passed on deer in fear they’d spoil in the heat. Although angling pressure has been light, those going are catching big walleyes in shallow water on minnows during the day and with crankbaits at night.

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Date: 11/3/16

Minnesota Fishing Reports:

November, 2016

Several big muskies have been caught over the past week via trolling along the breaks on the north end sand. Muskies also are showing up on the rock reefs as water temperatures continue to drop. Smallmouth bass anglers have been out in good numbers and they continue to catch fish on the rocks in less than 10 feet.

Mille Lacs Lake

Lake of the Woods

Lake Minnetonka Area

Lake Vermilion

Lake Winnibigoshish


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Date: 11/14/16

Wisconsin Fishing Report:                                                                     November, 2016

There is a great smallmouth bite going on in Chequamegon Bay right now. Coho, brown trout and rainbow action is also very good. As the water temps come down the fishing will get even better. Inland lakes report say that muskie fishing is slow right now. We need the waters to cool down a bit more. Fall is salmon time – there are some fresh fish still in the rivers and in the bay. Salmon are in the staging areas off the river mouths or are spawning in the rivers. The rains have brought fresh salmon into the rivers. The browns are in the rivers, too, feeding on salmon eggs.

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Date: 11/14/16

South Dakota Fishing Report: 

With unseasonably warm temperatures the fall fishing here in South Dakota continues to be good between windy days. We have been wading and fishing in boat as low-light conditions seem to be best. Northland Fire-Ball Jigs tipped with minnows and Paddle Shads have continued to be our go to baits! It's been tough to decide tree stand or fishing with the weather this fall!






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