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  1. 2020 Leech Lake Fishing Reports - Click Here. ♥ Book a Leech Lake Guide Service Trip - Click Here Go ahead and post your Leech Lake fishing reports and conditions in this thread. Hackensack, Longville, Walker MN area fishing reports also. Questions welcome too. Fishing Reports by the TOP Leech Lake Guides, Charter Captains & Resorts are in here. Lot's of good info and our best members posting below already. Newer Reports are on pages that follow. Be sure to give back and share your fishing reports here as well Thanks.
  2. The sweltering heat, high humidity values, and intermittent thunderstorms have certainly provided some challenges for anglers but even as we enter the dogdays of summer the fish are still on the chow! As we all know there is never any shortage of action when one sets out to target Bass. Smallmouth Bass can be found along the deep weed lines, rocks, and sunken humps. Try using a Drop-Shot Rig tipped with a Leech. Largemouth on the other hand can be found working the weeds inside and outside the lines using Tubes, Spinner Baits, and Carolina Rigs. In the early morning, try working docks, sh
  3. Well the winds blew and blew and blew some more on Leech Lake this past week and with that came some serious changes for the walleye bite. The LLWT was another huge success, as a whole the numbers of fish caught were down do to the changing conditions on the lake, but as they say someone is always catching them somewhere and that statement held true. Great job to everyone involved with planning and making it one of the best walleye tournaments in the Midwest. The walleye bite has been very sporadic with some days a shallow bite in 4-7ft of water producing and others being deeper i
  4. Anyone ever do it? It looks like there is some large areas of flats with 20-30 ft depths that would be good areas to try. Have never fished the lake so not sure if it would be worth the effort?
  5. Headed up to Leech Thursday morning and was able to get on the water for a bit that night, we had 2 boats in our party 1 boat did ok finding the eyes on Thursday night but the other boat (mine) only caught a few small ones. All were caught on jig and minnow this night in around 12 to 16 fow. On Friday afternoon stopped in for some gas and bait at Grand Vu and got some pointers for some new areas to try, and thanks to those tips Friday evening was a different story. Both boats were able to get on some great fish. Many 21 to 25 inch fish caught and almost limits for everyone in all boats just a
  6. Ok so we're finishing up our week of fishing here on Leech and will head back to Iowa tomorrow. It was a great time, the lake sure didn't disappoint. Pannies are in the shallows (we found 64 degree water in some bays) and the walleye's were a bit of a struggle UNTIL we got in contact with a guide (Tom Wilson). I was in a follow boat one day and that was the highlight of the trip. If you can swing it a guide like Tom is sure worth the coin. I really like how Tom not only showed us the current techniques / lures / presentations but more importantly spots to hit in the following days of our vaca
  7. Leech Lake Fishing Report Well the Leech Lake Walleye Tournament is a wrap and another huge success it was. Almost 1300 fish were brought to the scales with almost 80 limits of 6 fish brought to the scale each day. The best part there was a 98% live release rate which says a lot about the success of this tournament and its incredible workers. A huge thank you goes out to everyone involved who helped make once again the Leech Lake Walleye Tournament one of the best in the Midwest. Last but not least a big congratulations goes to one of the LOA team members Aaron Murphy and his partne
  8. Pounded these bays and Pumphouse too for Largemouth over two days and came up empty...How can such good looking areas not produce bass? Maybe I fished it wrong but used plastics and spinner baits to no avail. Shaking my confidence.
  9. Friday and Sunday’s walleye fishing was pretty decent. Friday we had strong north winds and rain most morning. It was not pleasant but the fish didn’t care and bit well. My quests were not keeping fish so we just had fun releasing walleyes all morning. We figured we boat close to 20 walleyes with the largest being just over 25”in the 3 hours we lasted. I didn’t fish Saturday. Sunday was a cold morning and a chilly boat ride. The numbers were about the same but it took twice the time. We had a decent wind and found the fish to be a little lazy in the beginning but as the day warmed the fish go
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