The winter months brought some ups and downs with fishing, but things have been looking up the past few weeks. The bite seems to be improving and we’re seeing beautiful fish coming in. Although it might take a few days, we’re seeing limits being brought home. Steve Klein of St. Cloud, Minnesota, fished at Rocky [...]Continue Reading →
The South Shore on Lake of the Woods near Rocky Point continues to have up and down fishing. Weather patterns and snow depths could be determining factors on see-saw results of the fishing day. It has been common for guests to tell us that fishing is strong one day for a period of time and the next [...]Continue Reading →
Although reports of slow fishing seem to be prevalent on Lake of the Woods, things have started to perk up around the Rocky Point area. Our houses are in 29-31 ft. of water and the ice conditions are excellent where we are fishing. Fat head chubs are working the best right now. Red, gold and [...]Continue Reading →
Fishing at Rocky Point has been fair. Guides are moving houses each day to try to stay on top of the fish. Patience and jigging are the keys to success. The tackle that seems to work the best are the pieces that rattle when it moves. Their are lots of smaller fish, right on the [...]Continue Reading →
Dennis Scepaniak caught this lake trout on Sunday, January 20, 2013, in front of Rocky Point. Jack Arnesen, native to Lake of the Woods, said this is only the third lake trout he’s seen at Rocky Point in his lifetime.
The lake trout is a freshwater char living mainly in lakes in northern North America. Other names for it include mackinaw, lake [...]Continue Reading →
Fishing around Rocky Point has been average to good. The fluctuation in temperature has made “the bite” challenging on certain days, making fisherman work hard for their fish. Actively jigging seems to be the key right now. There have been some limits going home and many guests say their trips have produced a decent amount [...]Continue Reading →
Winter is officially upon us and fishing at Rocky Point has been good for many of our guests. The temperatures are dropping, which makes for excellent ice-making conditions. We are currently fishing at Gull Rock Reef and the mud flats. The fish are biting on hammered golds, pinks, purples and Rattl’ N Flyer Spoons. We [...]Continue Reading →