Fishing Leech Lake
Leech Lake is Minnesota’s third largest lake. The lake has a lot of underwater structure and many bays. The deepest area of the lake is located in Walker Bay where depths reach around 150 feet deep but most of the lake is less than 35 feet deep.
Excellent fishing begins right off our docks. Leech Lake is well known among anglers for its excellent walleye, northern pike, and muskie fishing but the lake also boasts large numbers of perch, largemouth bass, smallmouth bass, black crappie and panfish.
Since we are a small camp, everyone knows everyone. You can go to any of our permanent campers and ask their advice. They will point you to right where they have been catching fish and show you what they are catching them on. You can go as far as you want from camp to fish or you can saty within sight of camp and catch fish too.
Here are some helpful Leech Lake links:
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