Fall Fishing

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Re: Fall Fishing

Postby VoyageurNorth » Mon Aug 03, 2009 12:23 am

Usually the water cools down & it starts to improve the second week of September. Hasn't been real hot here lately, so may be earlier this year.

Fall means you have to go deep for the most part, for all fish.
Not to commercialize, but just to let you know I am one of those "outfitter types" :-)

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Re: Fall Fishing

Postby robertbunney » Wed Sep 01, 2010 11:50 pm

Will weather be conducive to fishing, kayaking, and sightseeing during the period of 09/15/10 through 10/15/10?
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Re: Fall Fishing

Postby VoyageurNorth » Thu Sep 02, 2010 2:44 am

Well, I've never fished out of a kayak so...

But most of September should be good as a rule though you can get some rainy & windy weather.

October is a toss up. Since you don't need to reserve a permit for the BWCAW as of October 1st (self issuing, no charge for camping), you can check out the weather & take your trip when the weather is looking good.
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Re: Fall Fishing

Postby shikdar_hasan » Sat Jul 23, 2011 1:44 am

i think its the best time of fishing
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Re: Fall Fishing

Postby JTLawder » Tue Sep 06, 2011 10:04 pm

How is the fishing in mid october, is it too late by then?
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Re: Fall Fishing

Postby GunflintLodge » Sun Sep 18, 2011 2:34 am

Hi
Fall fishing can be a real boom or bust that time of year. Lake Tout season is closed but walleye/northern season is still open. Fall fishing in the Arrowhead region means going deep on these area lakes. We will typically fish down 40 - 50 ft or more for schooling walleyes. I would suggest looking into getting a guide for that time of year.

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Re: Fall Fishing

Postby keithscala » Thu Dec 01, 2011 3:44 pm

Fall fishing is some of the best. Fish are typically eating a lot to get ready for colder water. It really depends on weather. Not that the fish really care if it is raining or the wind is blowing. It is more about the fisherman being comfortable :D .

The kershaw scallion is one of mt favorite EDC.
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