Leisure Outdoor Adventures fishing report
➤ Leech Lake: The jig bite is heating up again! jigs tipped with golden shiners are producing fish in deeper water or wind blown points. Jumbo perch have also begun to show themselves close to walker bay in places like mounds point or Walker Narrows. Lindy Rigging redtails or creek chubs are still taking fish in Walker Bay adjacent to underwater points or bars.
➤ Gull Lake: Gull Lake has started to kick out more walleyes with water temps dropping. As fall draws closer, the bite will get better. Walleyes can be found in 11-20 feet of water with a Lindy rig being the best option. When you find a school, move back and forth through the school to pick off the active biters. Jigs have taken some fish and look for this bite to only get better.
➤ Whitefish Chain: Whitefish remains a good option for walleyes as well. The key depths have been 15-22 feet of water on the chain. Live bait rigging with minnows is taking the majority of fish but jigs are a good tactic as well.
➤ Pelican Lake: Pelican has begun to kick out fish with consistency over the last few weeks. Rigging redtails or jigging shiners in 25-36 feet of water have been very good. Lincoln Point or the rifle sight are good starting spots.
LAKES AREA fishing report provided by Leisure Outdoor Adventures — www.leisureoutdooradventures.com; 855-LOA-HOOK.