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Spring Fishing With Woody's Rainy Lake Resort!

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Hey Anglers!

Many customers in the past have shown interest in a chance to fish the Rainy River during the BIG RUN! The season opens March 1st through April 14th. Many anglers are aware that this is one of those times of year where you can truly land that trophy of a lifetime! What is neat about our area is that we can open water fish and ice fish the same time most years. Many of our customers throw their auger and tip-ups in the boat and do a Triple Header for Trophy Walleye, Monster Pike and a Sturgeon big enough to tow your boat. Keep in mind that while the walleye limits change on the Lower Rainy River they stay the same on the Upper Rainy River(above the dam)and Rainy Lake which is 4 walleye (one over 28') 4 sauger any size. Three pike (one over 28"). We are running a Knock your Socks off semi-guided/lodging special with Rainydaze for less than the price of the Government check you are about to recieve! Check it out on the Sponsor Showcase and our web-site. We just wrapped up a great show with In-Fish and another with Gander Mountain's "We Live Outdoors" both to be shown next fall. We thank many of the local guides for making both shows a great success. The best ice fishing is ahead of us. We look forward to seeing you yet this winter. May your line never go slack.

Woody

http://www.fairlyreliable.com

866-410-5001

RainyDaze

218-286-3159

PS Like most of the resorts on the American side of the Canadian border our summer spots are filling up fast. Book today and leave your Passport at home.

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Right on Woody! The best fishing is yet to come and you cannot miss what Rainy Lake has to offer in the late season. As mentioned monster eyes, sturgeon, and pike on the Rainy River as well as monster pike and hungry walleyes on the lake. It's a win-win situation.

Lets face it the secrets out, everyone needs to come and experience Rainy Lake in the winter time for a memorable experience.

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It is always a bit of a tough decision for me during that time of year. Some of our best ice fishing is going on during the same time. Often times I'll be on the river part of the day and in the bays laying the wood to MONSTER PIKE the other part. My all time favorite time of year is when the lake is still sheeted with ice and the bays are breaking free. YIKES! I'd suggest bringing the Big tackle!

Good Fishing!

RD

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