Although a lot of anglers are tired of the challenging lake conditions, extreme cold temps, and high propane costs, the walleye bite has picked up in the past week. When the days get longer all fish species go through changes and, for the most part, the changes are positive. While fishing tends to be more [Read More]
Whether it’s winter, spring, summer, or fall, there are always fish biting somewhere. This winter is no exception-look and you may find. Late January brings along with it other problems. It’s usually easier to find fish then it is to find lakes and areas where travel isn’t inhibited by deep snow, drifting, flooded slushy lake [Read More]
This week walleye are biting at 18-22 feet and 28-32 feet, depending on the lake, using fat heads and jigs. Northern pike can be found at 15 feet using sucker minnows in multiple lakes in the area. Lastly, both crappies and sunnies can be found at 10-15 feet by the weeds in several lakes around [Read More]
Patterns have been difficult to predict, and fishing has slowed somewhat during this mid-January timeframe. Currently, panfish are producing the most action and can usually be found around the vegetation in many area lakes. Because panfish are a common food source for both northern pike and bass, if there is a school of panfish, most [Read More]
Congrats to our winners of the 2013 Otter Tail Lakes Country Photo Contest: People Category. For many, summers in the Otter Tail Lakes Country is about family – and family traditions! That appears to be the case for Sally Mathern who captured these beautiful shots of her grandkids!