Wednesday, January 11, 2017

Ice and Fishing Report

We are happy to report that our plowed ice road is open to all vehicles and wheelhouses--all previous restrictions have been lifted. We have a consistent 18" of ice and just about the same amount of snow (roughly 15" of snow).  Our road is plowed out about 4.5 miles from shore and we have multiple spots plowed for wheelhouses!

The bite has been good in 30-32'- we are seeing a lot of suspended fish which are mostly nice looking Walleyes!  Hot colors are; gold, pink, orange, chartreuse, and glow red. Good luck and have fun!

Saturday, January 7, 2017

-Ice Road Update-

These consistent below 0 temps are just what we need!  We've opened our plowed ice road up to 3/4 tons hauling up to 20' wheelhouses.  We are finding anywhere from 16-21" of ice on our road.  Please check with local resorts before venturing out-- be safe and have fun!

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

-Important Ice Road Update-
Due to the amount of snow we've received and continue to get along with the expected wind gusts we will be closing our road today, Tuesday, January 3rd to the public.
We will only be taking groups out that are fishing with us. All groups fishing with us will be required to ride with a guide-- no groups will be allowed to drive out on their own. Please be smart and safe today--talk with local resorts before venturing out.

Monday, January 2, 2017

- Ice Road Update -

We have anywhere from 14-20" of ice on our road. We have opened our road up to 1/2 tons hauling up to 20' wheelhouses.

Happy New Year!  We are looking forward to a great 2017!

Wednesday, December 28, 2016

**Ice Road Update**

Due to the fluctuating temperatures and the condition of our ice road we have closed our road to all vehicles.  We are NO LONGER allowing mid-size SUV's out and we have put restrictions on wheel house sizes--NO bigger than 17' wheel houses will be allowed out.  These houses must be hauled out with an ATV or side by side.

Once again, our ice road is only open to ATVs, side-by-sides, and snowmobiles.  Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.  We will keep you posted on when we will be opening the road back up to larger vehicles. Our number one concern is the safety of our customers.  Thank you and Good Luck!

Monday, December 26, 2016

Monday, December 26, 2016


The much anticipated report is in--we have anywhere from 13.5-19" of ice on our road.

Our road is now open to midsize SUVs, such as Jeeps, Trailblazers, Explorers, etc. These vehicles are able to pull out any size wheel house--we have lifted all restrictions on wheelhouse sizes. At this time we are NOT allowing 1/2 ton trucks out.  We will hopefully be opening our road to 1/2 ton trucks on Friday, December 30th.

The bite is still hot in 22-25'--lots of eaters and nice slot Walleyes!  Orange/gold and pink/gold have been the hot colors!

Thank you for your patience!  Have fun and be safe!

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

December 20, 2016
Updated Ice and Fishing Report

Groups are doing well across the board!  Anywhere from 15-25' has been producing nice eaters and slot Walleyes.  Great fishing all around and depth hardly seems to play a part.  Groups in shallow are dealing with some slush under the ice, but it doesn't seem to be affecting the activity.

We currently have 11-16" of ice.  We're still only allowing ATVs, side by sides, and snowmobiles out.  However, we have opened our road up to 16' wheel houses.  These houses MUST be pulled out by an ATV or side by side.  We'd like to see a little more consistency in ice thickness before we allow larger vehicles out. 

Be safe, have fun, and good luck! 

Friday, May 27, 2016

May 27th, 2016: FISHING REPORT:

There is a great bite at Zipple Bay right now in 20-24'.  We have been spending our mornings and evenings at Pine Island in 7-14' slow drifting jigs.  Lots of nice eater fish coming out of there, providing our groups with a great fish fry for shore lunch or dinner!  If you're able to make the trek up to Knight or Bridges we have been seeing a lot of nice slot Walleyes in 20-27'. 

The hot colors are gold, white,  chartreuse, orange and gold, and a combination of purple, gold, and pink on the cloudy days!

Thursday, May 19, 2016

The first report of the season is in!
Fishing in 17-19' of water in Four Mile Bay with orange, gold, or pink jigs tipped with frozen shiners is producing nice eaters and a many slot Walleyes. Also, right in front of Morris Point has been decent in about 14-16'.
We've got our first guided trip tomorrow! Captain Brent is more than ready!

Saturday, April 9, 2016

Dustin and Jason have been staying with us for just over a week now and believe us, they have plenty more pictures of beautiful fish they've caught and released throughout their stay! Nice work boys! Thank you for your business! Keep on, keepin' on!

Unfortunately, Bostic Bay still has a little bit of ice which makes the access to Lake of the Woods a no go. Many people have been putting their boats in at Wheeler's Point, Timber Mill Park, and Birchdale, just to name a few. The water clarity is getting better and with the warm temps next week the water temp should go up a few degrees as well. The Walleye bite has been a consistent one.  Many eater fish (14-18")  with a couple beautiful trophy Walleyes! The Sturgeon bite has been great up and down the Rainy River as well.