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No matter what sort of freshwater fish you are looking for, Sioux Narrows – Nestor Falls offers you some of the finest fishing you will ever encounter!
While in Sioux Narrows – Nestor Falls walleye fishing may bring new meaning to fishing “deep” for many of you. Spring means fishing shallow. A jig and minnow on a shallow reef or a rocky shoreline can produce walleye fishing action like you’ve never seen. Late spring and early summer, as the water warms, walleye typically move into deeper water. Thirty to forty foot holes can hold large schools of ‘shore lunch’ size walleyes. But, don’t forget the deep water walleye that are often found in 50 feet of water and deeper!
Many Sioux Narrows – Nestor Falls fishermen report catching a muskie or two when fishing for walleye. Lake of the Woods and the smaller area lakes in our area are World renowned for large muskie. Our lakes produce numerous muskie over 50”. Even reports of 60 inchers are not uncommon!
Again, many Sioux Narrows – Nestor Falls fishermen report catching northern pike simply fishing for walleye. Our area lakes produce fine Northern Pike and fish over 40″ are common.
Lake Trout can be found at numerous locations in the lakes surrounding Sioux Narrows – Nestor Falls. Don’t forget your depth finder. Many of the giant Lake Trout can be found at 100 feet deep and deeper!
Bass fishing in the Lake of the Woods area is often times overlooked and seriously under-rated. However, serious bass fishermen know how good the fishing is here in Sioux Narrows – Nestor Falls. Evidence of this can be seen during the Bass Tournaments held in the area:
If you like jumbo perch, then Sioux Narrows – Nestor Falls is the place to fish. During early spring walleye fishing, many fishermen report catching some of the largest perch they have ever seen. A close relative to the walleye, you would be hard pressed to tell the difference coming out of the frying pan!
Crappie fishing in Sioux Narrows – Nestor Falls? That’s right! Fourteen to fifteen inchers in August? That’s right again! For the serious crappie fisherman, there are some real “slab” crappies swimming right under your boat.