Here's the latest report from our friends at Leisure Outdoor Adventures.

Posted Mon, Oct 3, 2016   By
Here's the latest report from our friends at Leisure Outdoor Adventures.

 "Fall Fishing is finally starting to arrive, which can sometimes be on the best times to be on Leech Lake. Walleye are schooling up on windblown structure and actively feeding for the upcoming winter months. For those anglers who love to jig and minnow fish, now is the time. The best bite has been by far an 1/8th oz. jig with a golden shiner or rainbow. Some of our favorites are the KenKatch long shank and KenKatch 3D eye jigs. Colors are endless, but start with your confidence color and go from there. Pay attention to sunlight and water clarity when choosing colors. More importantly, your cadence is everything. Fish the wind blown structure such as points and shorelines. Pine, Big Hardwoods and Ottertail have all been good.Perch fishing is great right now, but you will have to do some sorting. Walker Narrows, Agency Bay and Cedar Point have all had fish on them. Fish them the same way you would for walleyes but shallower in 4-7 feet. Get out and enjoy the lake and fall weather! Still time to get out on a guided fishing trip whether it is walleye, perch, or musky.Jason FreedLeisure Outdoor Adventures