Welcome back to this February edition of the Lake of the Woods Outdoorsman. Thank you to everyone that makes this all possible.
Even though I’ve seen enough snow to last me a few more years, we’ve still been having a pretty consistent bite in the 34-36′ range out on the lake off the ice roads. There’s been an afternoon bite in the 23-29′ range just on the lake side of Pine Island. I personally haven’t found a difference between the frozen Shiners and Chubbs, but everyone has their own preference. Don’t leave home without your Glow Pink and Gold…my two favorite lures this past month have to be the Clam Blade Spoon and the Tom’s Tackle CoopDuster, hands down.
We only have a couple weeks left, don’t wait, if you want to fish Lake of the Woods and don’t have accommodations and would like to try out our sleeper ice houses, checkout www.lakeofthewoodsoutdoorsman.com for all the reservation information.
Happy Fishing and God Bless!
Lake of the Woods Outdoorsman