Fishing Report: 3-18
Good afternoon fishermen!
Mother nature is confused, or moody or something. We’re cold, we’re warm, we’re snowing, we’re clear. She can’t decide! Must mean it’s March!
The fish are starting to move into the Gap, between 24-26 feet of water. The morning and evening bite are best. Northern’s are moving into the shallow bays, Four Mile Bay included. The reef bite is picking up, with the afternoons producing better. Our lake conditions are holding up just fine, and we still have a heck of a lot of ice.
River update: As of today the Rainy is open to Big Fork.
Looks like we are going to have another ice fishing season that bleeds right into spring river fishing!
Don’t forget we have an AWESOME deal on reef fishing this weekend. Fishing up at the reefs normally costs $120 per person, per day, but this weekend only (Friday-Sunday) you can fish up there for ONLY $85 per person, per day! Don’t let this deal pass you by!
Give us a call TODAY to book your your reef fishing trip!
Picture is of Nina Briggs and friend Toni Thomas holding one of the walleyes caught on this reefs this past weekend! (Nina dove for this fish after it got off the hook while still in the hole! Now that’s a woman!)