Where would you go in Mid August?

  • jerrj01
    Participant
    Hudson, WI
    Posts: 1547
    #1356942

    Somewhere in the norhtern half of Minnesota or Canada. Away from the skiers, pwc, and recreational boats. Looking for good walleye fishing mixed with northerns and smallies. Nice cabin with electricity, hot and cold water, shower and potty in the cabin.

    mark-bruzek
    Participant
    Two Harbors, MN
    Posts: 3817
    #1387951

    Youngs bay LOW.

    Trapper16
    Participant
    Lakeville, MN
    Posts: 197
    #1387964

    L O T W can’t beat the rates on places to stay, can’t beat the fishing.

    elk_addict
    Participant
    Northern IA/Lincoln Lakes Area
    Posts: 253
    #1387971

    Lac Suel, hands down.

    minnesota_tom
    Participant
    Grand Meadow, MN
    Posts: 204
    #1388005

    Ear Falls, ON. We saw one other boat in five days. It might not be heaven, but you can see it from there.

    Grouse_Dog
    Participant
    The Shores of Lake Harriet
    Posts: 2043
    #1388042

    Maple Trails Resort – new owners

    Boy Lake –

    Nobody knows about this place, yet….and the fishing is amazing.

    Dog

    xplorer
    Participant
    Cloquet, MN
    Posts: 650
    #1388055

    Rainy Lake. Rent a condo on the far east end at Kettle Falls. Some incredible fishing on the east end that time of year for all 3 species. It is a @ 40 mile boat ride down to Kettle from the National Park service dock tho. Or you could stay at one of the resorts on the west end and run down thru Brule narrows on a day to day basis.

    joe-winter
    Participant
    St. Peter, MN
    Posts: 1237
    #1388570

    Lac Seul, without a doubt. NE side has less resorts. midlake structure that time of year. just bring a handfull of jigs and a flat of crawlers for walleyes.

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