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2020 Bemidji Fishing Reports - Click Here. Show us your pics! Fishing Reports for the Bemidji are a below? Lake Conditions and Access as well? Enjoy posting how the fishing is going for you and include Pics if you'd like. Lots of great info below and newer fishing reports are on the pages that follow.
RoughFishin' posted a topic in Cass, Leech and Winnibigoshish Lake Fishing Reports - HuntingAnyone know what cass is lake these days? I wanna check it out for some eelpout this weekend into early week. Thanks!
Matt Breuer posted a topic in Bemidji, Blackduck, Crookston, Thief River Falls Area Fishing Reports - Hunting - EventsFishing in the Bemidji area has taken a bit of a hit, and anglers have to work a little harder for their walleyes than they did a week or two ago. The jig bite is a thing of the past, and people rigging crawlers or leeches on the breaklines are starting to out-produce the guys fishing with jigs in shallow. Bottom bouncers and spinners with a crawler is also working very well on outside weed edges and off the breaks. The crankbait bite remains good over the sand and cabbage, as well as around mid-lake rocks and rubble. Salmo Hornets in 6-11' of water going 2.4 mph has been working well for us. Bass are hot right now, with smallmouth on the ledges waiting to ambush their next meal, and largemouth in the deep vegetation soaking in the 77 degree water temps. Panfish anglers should all rejoice, as July is the month of the plate-sized bluegill and the mid-summer slab crappie. Look for deep cabbage, and work it over with safety pin spinners or a bobber and wax worm. Mid-lake structure with cabbage is the best this time of year. Musky anglers are reporting a hot bite right now, with people seeing or catching fish on most every trip. Many of our walleye clients have lost baits or even fish due to muskies being overly aggressive. I'd venture to guess that now is the time for the musky hunters to smile. Plenty of fish to be had before summer is over! Give us a call!
So my family is doing a big reunion for like a week at a resort on Moose lake (the one just NE of Cass). My uncle from Hawaii is coming, and he's a fishing nut, so I was hoping to get him on some LM bass while he's here. Does anyone have some suggestions for where to catch em on Moose or surrounding lakes? I'd like to do some top water frogging over Lilly pads so he can see how fun it is, but I'm sure he'd be happy catching em any way we can. Anything helps. Thanks, Jack