Outright Angling – Leech Lake Fishing Report for June 16, 2019 Walleye fishing remains very good, with numbers and bigger fish showing up most days. Leeches and night crawlers are taking over as the baits of choice in my boat. I’m expecting light-bites to continue with the major bug hatches coming very soon. Walleyes don’t… More Info
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Outright Angling – Leech Lake Fishing Report for June 10th 2019 June is such a great month for Leech Lake fishing, the bite has been even better since my last report. Bent rods, high-fives and smiles from one end of the lake to the other, all species are on the chew. Walleyes have been the… More Info
Well things are definitely on the move when it comes to Leech Lake. Our Leech Lake Fishing Guides were busy last week with trips as well as fishing the Leech Lake Walleye Tournament. Once again, a huge shoutout and thanks to the tournament committee, all the workers, and the fisherman who come and support this… More Info
Steve Nosbisch Guide Service The walleyes are transitioning from their springtime shallow water haunts to the main lake break lines. Fish seem to be concentrating In areas close to the spawning flats. Look for fish in 8’-16’ of water with rocks or gravel to be holding fish. Pay attention to the wind, because areas with… More Info
Steve Nosbisch Guide Service Overall fishing is still good on Leech Lake. The fish seem to be constantly on the move, so staying mobile and looking for an active school of fish is important. Wind blown shorelines and points are still holding the majority of fish right now. Ottertail Point, Pine Point, and Stony Point… More Info