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Fishing Report from Flag Island Resort Lake of the Woods, NW Angle 7/15/2019

Ontario:

There are a few mayflies still hatching, but we at the tail end of it. Fish are still being found on the top of reefs and on large structured areas of the islands. Jigging seems to be the most effective while fishing reefs while puling spinners on the larger areas has been working. The water temperature is 74 degrees and we find that fish have been in between the depths of 16 and 24 feet. If you are fishing reefs and stop catching them, just slide about 15 feet or so and you should be back on them. If not, just move to the next spot.

Until next week, good luck fishing!

Guide Matt Hendry

Flag Island Resort

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3 days ago

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Super proud of Forrest and his dad, Sean, who won the musky bowl for the second year in a row! Congratulations! ...

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4 days ago

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Zach caught this beautiful 48 inch musky at dawn. A beautiful fish for a beautiful sunrise! #low #lakeofthewoods #fishing #fish #minnesota #ontario #mn #mnfish #mnfishing #canada #optoutside #explore #exploremn #musky #muskyfishing #muskynation #muskylife ...

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4 days ago

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Zach catching a 48 inch musky! What a great way to start the day with this beauty. ...

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6 days ago

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Mr. Fritz with a 66 inch sturgeon caught July 8th jigging for walleye with a light rod on 6 pound line. What a catch!!! #FlagIsland #lakeofthewoods #low #ontario #minnesota #fish #fishing #sturgeon #mn #exploremn #optoutside #catch #resort #fishingresort #walleye ...

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7 days ago

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The Perz and Ubel Clan catching some nice fish and enjoying the beautiful weather over the 4th. Until next year! 😃 ...

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1 week ago

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Save the date! September 20th-22nd, 2019 for Flag's 3rd annual Ladies' Weekend! More information to come, but let us know if you're interested! Spots will fill up quick! ...

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1 week ago

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Fishing Report from Flag Island Resort Lake of the Woods, NW Angle 7/8/2019

Ontario:

Mayflies are still hatching, although it is nearing the end. Most fish are being caught in depths between 13 and 20 feet with the water temperature being 72 degrees. Fish are feeding heavy on bugs right now; and we are finding that live wells are full of regurgitated mayflies. Walleyes and other fish are being caught up on top of the reefs and on large structured areas off islands. Jigging on op of the reefs has been working very well and pulling spinners around the islands have been working. You can still use crank baits or spinnerbait on rocks to catch small mouth.

Until next week, good luck fishing!

Guide Matt Hendry

Flag Island Resort

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2 weeks ago

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Fishing Report from Flag Island Resort Lake of the Woods, NW Angle 6/30/2019

Ontario:

May fly hatches are in the midst of happening, and we are finding that the stomach of fish are filled with bugs and crayfish. Fish are schooling up on the edges of reefs and being found at depths between 22 and 28 feet. The water temperature is between 68 and 71 degrees. When fishing these reefs, keep moving around it until you find the schools of fish. If it dies down, keep moving around, or move to another reef. We have found that using 3/8 jigs with a minnow or leach have worked while fishing on these reefs; and pulling spinners around structured areas have been working incredibly well.

Until next week, good luck fishing!

Guide Matt Hendry

Flag Island Resort

218-223-8011
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