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‘Twas just days before the Brainerd Jaycees $150,000 Ice Fishing Extravaganza

Posted on: January 14th, 2013 by brainerdchamber

It’s that time of year in the Brainerd Lakes Area – for ice anglers, it compares to that feeling a child has on the night before Christmas. It’s that moment in time when you hold onto that hope that this year could be the year – the year that you drive home a new truck read more

Brainerd Lakes Fishing Report August 8-15, 2012

Posted on: August 1st, 2012 by brainerdchamber

Pine RiverAlthough hot temperatures have had an effect on fishing success, anglers are still catching fish. Northern pike, bass and panfish are especially active. Some anglers are pulling walleye from the weeds and in depths of 30 feet when using inflated nightcrawlers and leeches, especially early in the morning and at dusk. Crankbaits retrieved rapidly read more

Brainerd Fishing Report July 23, 2012

Posted on: July 23rd, 2012 by brainerdchamber

Whitefish Fishing activity varies throughout the Whitefish Area. While walleye numbers are down, fish can be found using lindy rigs in 20-plus feet of water at the points, bars and humps. At dusk, troll rapalas. During the day, search with spinners tipped leeches or crawlers behind a button bouncer. The largest northern pike are deep, read more

Brainerd Lakes Fishing Report June 20-26, 2012

Posted on: June 20th, 2012 by brainerdchamber

Gull LakeWalleyes can be found shallow and on mid-summer structure.  The fish that are shallow are relating to tall cabbage in 8-12 feet of water.  Pitch a jig and a minnow or a jig and some Gulp.  The fish that are on the mid-summer structure can be found in 20-25 feet of water. Live bait read more