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Spring season

Fishing Reports

And so it begins :) Although it’s only January calls are already coming in for prespawn availability. We typically don’t start river checking until March 1st at the earliest. True this winter has been mild, and ice is not as thick as it typically this time of year, but we’re not checking just yet ;)

A quick reminder for guests looking to make very early reservations. If you are looking for open water fishing only and only fishing walleye please make sure the dates you reserve your group will be able to make it. We require a one night deposit to hold cabins and this is non~refundable.

Sturgeon anglers, there’s a good chance there will be open water April 24th for sturgeon prespawn so booking early is a little easier. Once you got your dates give us a call, this season fills quickly as well!

You can reach us between 8am-4pm at 218-634-2257, it will ring through to my cell if we’re not near the office phone.  You can reach me by email 24/7 at gail@clementsonresort.com. We will begin regular office hours the last week of February.

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Season closing

Fishing Reports

This week we close up for the season. It’s been a beautiful fall and now all eyes are on ice! Not sure when that will be, but should be soon! Have a great Holiday season and we’ll be posting soon after! You can still reach us at 218-634-2257!

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Deer Season

Fishing Reports

Deer season is upon us already!

The walleye bite remains sporadic. As the weather finally looks more like fall and we finally seen a bit of snow, the walleye bite typically picks up.

We will be open through the deer hunting/rifle season. Cabins available.

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More 25 inchers

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A couple more 25″ walleye :) Water temp remains around 47 degrees. With warmer than usual weather this fall it looks like the fall run will stretch into November!

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Terwisscha

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Chris with his first 26″ of the year! Looks like they had some bigger eyes in their limit this week too!

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Vande hoef

Fishing Reports

Water temp was now reported at around 47 degrees, which is a much better temp for walleye fishing in the river! Bite is picking up!

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Vande Hoef

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Clint with his 26″ (7.2#) boated today!

Current water temp 54 degrees

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Fishing picking up!

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Emil

Rainy river is picking up, both in numbers and large walleye! Check out this 28″!

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Belen

Fishing Reports

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As we get further into fall we begin to see more walleye. Water temp is still mid 50’s and tomorrow the weather is expected to be gorgeous. But it looks like Monday the rain will come bringing colder weather, and this will be good for the walleye bite.

Just before dark has been when the larger walleye have been biting. Every day we are slowly beginning to see bigger numbers. The big ones at dusk have been typically 28″

We have a group who have to leave early this year, which opened up a cabin this week. If you’re still looking give us a call for this up coming week! 800-433-6085 or email info@clementsonresort.com

Thanks for the pic Emil!

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10/6

Fishing Reports

Anglers are catching walleye, however the bite remains slow. Minnows are running every couple nights.

We could use a little colder weather to pick the bite up, but it’s hard to complain when it’s been so nice this fall. On the bright side the walleye bite may bring us further into November than usual for a little hunting/fishing combination!

The sturgeon have been very active. Walleye anglers are catch and releasing many on their walleye gear, including larger 50+”

Yesterday one of our groups observed an angler having a slow day, but then just before dusk he boated a 28″ walleye. Maybe a sign the larger ones are slowly to moving in! Our anglers have been seeing more 20-22″ or smaller 10-12″ so far this season. We’ll see what today brings as the sun returns after the last couple days.

Mornings and evenings are best, especially right before the sun sets.

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