Saturday, August 30, 2014
~ Two person teams
~ $100 entry fee per person
~ You will need to provide a digital camera for taking photos of walleye over 28 inches
~ Fees include tournament shirt, regulation ruler, banquet meal, drink ticket and gratuity
~ 100% payout after expenses
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Tim “Wingnut” Hill gives the latest fishing update from Arnesen’s Rocky Point on Lake of the Woods. You can view the report on YouTube by visiting this link:

Arnesen’s Rocky Point Fishing Report

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July 2014 Newsletter

On June 19, 2014 By

Arnesen’s Rocky Point is located on the south shore of beautiful Lake of the Woods.¬†Enjoy summer guided fishing, as well as small boat fishing on nearby rock reefs. Rocky Point has the largest protected marina on the South shore of Lake of the Woods offering fuel, bait and overnight docking. Housekeeping cabins, camping, sandy beaches [...]

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3/28/14 Fishing Report

On March 28, 2014 By

We’re still waiting for the spring warmup on Lake of the Woods, but that leaves us with another week of ice fishing! The walleye are moving towards the shoreline in 27-31 feet of water. We’re seeing more walleye and still getting saugers with perch on and off. Pike have also been active and we’ve seen [...]

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3/12/14 Fishing Report

On March 12, 2014 By

Here’s your latest fishing report from Captain Tim “Wingnut” Hill on the south shore of Lake of the Woods:

The warmer weather has the fish grouping up, which makes for better fishing. We’re starting to see more walleye and perch again; the saugers are staying steady. The bigger walleye have been toward the bottom at [...]

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2/27/14 Fishing Report

On February 27, 2014 By

Here’s your latest fishing report from Captain Tim “Wingnut” Hill on the south shore of Lake of the Woods:

Fishing has picked up in the past few days and activity is on the rise. We’ve moved the houses again to stay on top of the fish. Guests are getting a mixed bag of walleye, sauger [...]

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2/10/14 Fishing Report

On February 10, 2014 By

Fishing remains consistent, despite the cold weather patterns we’ve been experiencing. We’re seeing better action in the mud right now than on the rocks. The best color choices are red, cold and chartreuse. We’re mostly fishing 6-8 inches off the bottom, but jigging is the key. The ice is thick, so if you’re brining your [...]

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Many guests inquire about the best gear for their ice fishing adventure. We’ve compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions to help you prepare for your trip.

 

Do I need to bring an ice auger?

No, our guides drill fresh holes for you each morning.

 

What kind of bait should I [...]

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