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Brainerd Lakes Fishing Report December 6, 2013

Posted on: December 9th, 2013 by Brainerd Lakes Chamber

Pine River As of Dec. 2, anglers were venturing out onto the smaller area lakes. Reports from Norway and other smaller lakes indicated an average of 4- to 6-nches of ice along the shorelines, with thinner ice toward the center of the lakes. Larger lakes were not being fished, except for occasional, sheltered bays. As read more

Brainerd Lakes Fishing Report November 6, 2013

Posted on: November 8th, 2013 by Brainerd Lakes Chamber

Gull Lake has been the best choice, most days you will run across one or two mid-twenties inch fish and enough eaters for a meal.  Remember it is important to throw the big ones back!  The hard part about this fall is that the depth has been very inconstant…we have been catching fish 8-40 feet.  read more

Brainerd Lakes Fishing Report October 31, 2013

Posted on: November 1st, 2013 by Brainerd Lakes Chamber

Brainerd Lakes Area Area guides report that the walleyes have been active in 30-40 feet of water. Most methods have been producing fish, with jig and rainbow combinations and lindy rigs with large minnows working well. Focus on Round, North Long and Whitefish lakes for the most fish. Crappies have been active in depths of read more

Brainerd Lakes Fishing Report October 25, 2013

Posted on: October 25th, 2013 by Brainerd Lakes Chamber

 Pine River Area Lakes The walleyes remain on their annual feeding binge. Good reports are coming in from Whitefish, Woman, Pine Mountain, Leech and many other area lakes. Most of the walleyes are being taken on a jig and minnow combination, but nightcrawlers are still producing well. The best depths range from 20-35 feet generally. read more