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Brainerd Lakes Area Fishing Report 6/29/15

Posted on: June 29th, 2015 by Brainerd Lakes Chamber

The walleyes in the Brainerd Lakes Area have begun to make a strong push towards their traditional summer locations.  I’ve been finding my fish on saddles, points, and fingers that extend from shoreline structure out to the main lake structure. Many of the fish seem to be in this awkward in-between area and ready to read more

Brainerd Lakes Area Fishing Report 6/1/15

Posted on: June 2nd, 2015 by Brainerd Lakes Chamber

Fishing Report – 6/1/15 The walleye bite in the Brainerd Lakes Area has been a little inconsistent with all the changing weather. We have been targeting Gull Lake, Pelican Lake, and North Long Lake. It can be really good one day and the next be very slow. You just don’t know what to expect and read more

Brainerd Lakes Area Fishing Report May 14, 2015

Posted on: May 14th, 2015 by Brainerd Lakes Chamber

The walleye bite has been fantastic on many local lakes and should only improve!  A common mistake that many people make this time of year is simply fishing too deep.  The best bite seemed to be in the 6-9 foot range working the inside weed edge. Shallow running crankbaits and lightweight 1/16oz or 1/8oz jig/minnow read more

Brainerd Lakes Area Fishing Report Feb. 6, 2015

Posted on: February 9th, 2015 by Brainerd Lakes Chamber

This Brainerd Minnesota fishing report is going to be quick so I can get my work done and get back out on the ice. Walleye fishing hasn’t changed much since the last report. They are still being caught during the low light hours, and at night.  Setlines and glow jigs seem to do the best, and read more