Category Archives: Lindy rigs

Catch More Walleye (1/4)

Everyone wants to catch as many fish as possible during their trip.  We don’t get out fishing as much as we’d like, but being immersed in a fishing camp all summer provides plenty of valuable knowledge.  My fourteen years of guest experience before camp ownership don’t hurt either.  So what’s the first thing to do […]

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Rock Bass Monday

Cure your case of the Mondays with some sweet rock bass photos. Sarah caught this 10″ lunker on Parker in mid-July.  This monster rock was taken on a mid-lake hump with a lindy rig.  This fish is good enough to shake up the all-time rock bass standings at Eagle Falls Lodge!   Aaron added this […]

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Walleye Fishing Update

It’s early August and if you are still awaiting your trip to Eagle Falls Lodge we have an update on the walleye fishing.  We are seeing good numbers of eater size walleye and fish in the low to mid 20s.  Fish in the upper 20s are still few and far between. The curious thing has […]

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End of June fishing report for Red Lake & Parker Lake

The end of June is already upon us and we saw several more nice fish caught and released this week. We had a wild mix of weather this week which illustrates the need to pack for all situations.  A cool, overcast day with intermittent rain showers and 30 mph winds was followed up by a […]

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How to Fish Lindy Rigs

Now that you’ve built your lindy rigs, you’re ready for tactics on the water this season. On Red Lake early in the season, you’ll find many walleye in 6-12 feet of water in the bays along weedlines, points, rock piles, breaks, or other structure. Depth finders are very handy to have for all of the […]

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Tie Your Own Lindy Rigs

Lindy rigging is an excellent technique for catching walleye. You don’t have to buy those pre-packaged rigs selling for $2-$3 either. By purchasing a few “ingredients” and following these simple steps you can customize your own rigs for much less. Here’s what you’ll need to get started: Sharp size 6 octopus hooks – you will […]

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