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Minnesota Walleye Fishing Doesn't Get Any Better Than This!

Walleye Fishing On Lake Winnie means lunker walleyes.When it comes to walleye fishing in Minnesota, few lakes enjoy the great reputation Lake Winnibigoshish has as one of Minnesota's premier world-class walleye fishing lakes.  Lake Winnie offers great structure and has large numbers of Walleye, Northern Pike, Largemouth Bass, Muskie, Crappie, Perch and panfish.  It is also the home of the state record Muskie.

At The Pines Resort & Campground we provide all the things you need to bring home fish for dinner during your stay here.  We offer boat and motor rental, a concrete boat launching ramp, live bait, tackle, gas, oil and individual boat slips. We can also arrange for guide service by some of the area's top professional guides.

(Check out the Weekly Fishing Report and Helpful Fishing Links below)

The fishing pros will tell you that Winnibigoshish is truly an anglers paradise famous for walleyes, perch, northerns and muskie. Work the rocks with bottom bouncers or live bait rigs on the shallow sand bars and reefs. Follow the weedlines or fish the deep water structures where the big walleye feed. No matter where you go on "Winnie" you will find a walleye dinner just waiting to be caught.

Lake Winnibigoshish also has some of the best winter perch fishing in the world, along with great winter walleye & northern pike too! For more information click on the Ice Fishing menu on the left.


 

2015 Fishing Opener Dates

Walleye & Northern Pike:  May 9, 2015

Largemouth & Smallmouth Bass:  May 23, 2015

Muskie:   June 6, 2015

 

We Recommend Guided Fishing Trips
with these professional Minnesota fishing guides:

Minnesota Fishing Guides - Tom Neustrom, Grand Rapids MN
Tom Neustrom - Full-service Minnesota Fishing Guide and Freshwater Fishing Hall of Fame Legendary Guide.

MN Fishing Pros
The top rated professional fishing guide service
in Grand Rapids and Northern Minnesota

 


Charlie’s Gone Fishing Guide Service
Charlie Worrath
- Full-service fishing guide
35653 Johnson Road, Deer River, MN 56636
218-246-2159


Lake Winnibigoshish Fishing Report

The Lake Winnibigoshish Weekly Fishing Report is proudly brought to you by The Pines Resort & RV Campground...your full-service Minnesota Fishing and Family Vacation Resort located on Lake Winnie at Winnie Dam Bay. 

Report
For the Week of:  July 7, 2014

Walleye fishing has been a bit of a challenge on the big lake with the unsettled weather lately, but some are being caught on the edge of the weedlines in the evening. The northern pike have been biting really well on the edge of the weedlines, with orange being the best color. The perch bite has also been good on the south and west side in 10 to 15 feet. Have a great time on the water!
 

John Seekon
The Pines Resort & RV Campground

P.S.  Call us today to book your reservation for a world-class fishing vacation - 1-800-342-1552.



Click Here to View the Lake Winnibigoshish 10 Day Forecast


Helpful Fishing Links:


The Pines Resort & Cmpgrd.
17221 Winnie Dam Road NE
Deer River, MN 56636
Phone: 218-246-8546
Toll Free: 1-800-342-1552
relax@thepinesresort.com

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