Boreal Bay – Fishing Report – 5/27

The weather has been unseasonably warm, frequently experiencing daytime highs above 80F, with little to no wind.  Crow Lake water temps have shot up to 60F at times, but the water is colder down just a few feet below the surface. Trees are dumping pollen and cotton on the water, making it ugly along the shore.  A couple evening and nighttime thunderstorms and rain showers are helping to keep the grass growing.

Lake Trout highlights have included 9, 13, 16 and 18 lbs, Lake Trout, just today!  Bank fishing, jigging and trolling all productive at times.

Walleye on Stevens Bay have been moving into the shallow weeds that are starting to grow.  Limits being caught frequently, but few amazing fish yet.

Crappies are being caught often, starting to move off their spawning beds.  A few 2 lbs Crappie and lots of 1 lbs and above sized Crappies.

Northern Pike good numbers of Pike, but not many big fish.

Some big Perch are being caught on Lake of the Woods.

Regards,

Kevin Nelson
Boreal Bay Lodge
(888) 257-9518

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