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Walleye Bite Continues in the Brainerd Lakes Area

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The fishing has been nothing short of outstanding in the Brainerd Lakes Area in the last few days.  One thing that I really love about the area is we do not seem to get affected nearly as much by the dog days of summer as other areas do.  The big thing is to stay mobile and don’t get locked down on one location if the bite is off.  With over 400 lakes within 30 miles of my front steps, something is ...

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August Fishing Continues to be Solid in the Brainerd Lakes Area

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If you are a multi species fisherman, this past week was the week you wish you would have been on the water.  We boated nine separate species of fish.  Walleyes continue to be very active on the weed lines as well as we are starting to see a few fish fall off into the deeper coon tail areas but the majority of the active fish are still being found in 10-18 feet in heavy weeds.  Muskies are on the prowl ...

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Incredible Multi Species Fishing Happening in the Brainerd Lakes Area

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What an amazing few weeks it has been here in the Brainerd Lakes Area.  It really doest matter the day the fish are biting.  Several lakes from small to large were hit, all with the same results…absolutely awesome fishing!

Brainerd Area Fishing
Walleyes have been going absolutely crazy on the weed lines as well as on shallow rock bars.  The weed line bite has been an all day thing with the walleyes using the weeds for shade and ambush points.  Trolling ...

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Excellent Fishing All Across the Brainerd Lakes Area

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This past week has been simply an incredible week for fishing in the Brainerd Lakes Area.  We covered so many lakes including several new lakes and revisited a few from the past that we haven’t been to this year.  One thing was for sure, the fishing was nothing short of excellent everywhere and for everything we fished!

I must eat a little humble pie however.  Just like the weather this year, the bluegill spawn was a weird one.  We hit a ...

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