Boreal Bay – Fishing Report – 6/3

The past 3 days have been cold winds, raining and blowing which has kept many guests sticking close to the lodge. The sun and seasonal temperatures coming in the days ahead.

Crow Lake water temperature was reaching 65 degrees and above during the hot sunny days with little wind, but has now dropped to mid 50’s.

The tree pollen was so thick it looked like someone spilled yellow paint on the lake. Hopefully, this weather has knocked the tree pollen down off the trees and the lakes will get to looking nice again.

Lake Trout were best on morning bite in and around the 80 water.  Best Fish was about 13 pounds.

Northern Pike biting well at times with a better mix of +30″ fish from Stevens Bay and Whitefish Bay on Lake of the Woods.

Crappie slowing down, but still a few 12″-14″ caught this past week.

Walleye starting to be found in the weeds, a few 4-6 pound Walleye were caught.

Muskie opener is a couple weeks away, so everything should be on track for a good Muskie opener.

Regards,

Kevin Nelson
Boreal Bay Lodge
(888) 257-9518
www.bbaylodge.ca 

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