The Walleye fishing is excellent on the south shore of Lake of the woods. When the walleye are in the shallows early in the season, fishing can be great along the shorelines, but once summer patterns set in, most anglers fish the deeper reefs and mud offshore. The wind can definitely create some big waves in this open water, so a quality boat is needed on windy days if you’re going to be fishing offshore. This part of the lake has plenty of eater-sized walleye to go along with trophy-sized fish up to 30 inches.
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