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New Lake of the Woods Fishing Regulations

Fishing regulation changes effective in March 1, 2019 on Lake of the Woods Minnesota and Rainy River  Anglers will be able to keep fewer walleye and sauger beginning Friday, March 1, 2019 on Lake of the Woods and the Rainy River, according to the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. “The new regulations will help ensure the long-term sustainability of the resource while maintaining fishing opportunities,” said Phil Talmage, DNR Baudette area fisheries supervisor. “We received a ton of public comment from anglers all over the state and […]

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Muskies & Lure Color

DO BUCKTAIL COLORS REALLY MAKE A DIFFERENCE? The answer is:  It sure does! This bucktail accounts for more trophy Musky caught than any others! Most notable Musky Hunters say use any color you want, as long as it is BLACK! Indeed a black Musky Giant Killer bucktail is what I caught my biggest musky on. Of course,  that only means it was what I was using at the time my trophy Musky hit. Case in point; a friend of mine caught two 32 lb plus muskies not two hours […]

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MUSKY SABASKONG BAY- Lake Of The Woods, Canada

Home of my whopper! A trip to remember….. Lake of the Woods Canada is a tremendous body of water, covering roughly 951,300 acres. There are over 14,000 islands scattered about the lake and about 52,000 miles of shoreline to cast! King Island is located on Sabaskong Bay, on the east side of Lake of the Woods. Sabaskong Bay offers a safe haven, with many bays and hundreds of islands of all shapes and sizes. You can always find safe water here to fish, no matter how hard […]

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