Mille Lacs Fishing Guides

The Leisure Outdoor Adventures fishing guides welcomes you to Lake Mille Lacs. If you’re looking for a trophy walleye fishing lake, Minnesota’s Lake Mille Lacs covers more than 132,500 acres. With all that room to grow, the Lake Mille Lacs walleye has become the stuff of which legends are made. Anyone who has ever cast for walleye on Lake Mille Lacs has a fishing story, so you’d better come and see what they’re talking about! These lunkers are a blast to catch!

About Mille Lacs Lake

A great Mille Lacs walleye from the mud flats

A great Mille Lacs walleye from the mud flats

Lake Mille Lacs is filled with structure from large expansive mud flats, long shoreline weed flats to rock humps and sand bars.  Whatever you are after with your Mille Lacs Fishing Guide you will find there is no shortage of fishing spots and offers anglers multi species opportunities which include Walleye, Northern Pike, Muskies, Jumbo Perch, and Smallmouth Bass.

Walleyes

Walleyes get most of the attention on Lake Mille Lacs and we have the guides to put you on them!  In the spring, sand breaks such as those on the north side hold large schools of walleyes. Lake Mille Lacs has many rock points and reefs, which can be productive any time of year. Anglers have also found walleye on the mud flats on opening weekend. Right after spawning, the big females head out to these flats until late August when the fish head back to shore to the rocks and sand breaks again.

Muskies

Co-owner and guide Jeff Anderson holds a monster muskie from Mille Lacs.

Co-owner and guide Jeff Anderson holds a monster muskie from Mille Lacs.

If it’s a trophy musky you are looking for we have the guys for that too. Muskie fish were stocked in Lake Mille Lacs by the Minnesota Department of Fisheries in the 1970s and it has become a true success story. Today, muskies abound and their size is astounding. Many anglers believe the next state record muskie will be caught here. From June until mid-fall, until the weeds turn brown and begin to die off, there will always be muskie fish cruising the cabbage beds on Lake Mille Lacs. Since most of the lake is a deep-water basin, the cabbage weedbeds are found mainly back in bays and along a few shoreline areas. Lake Mille Lacs has many rock reefs as well and muskies like them on cloudy, windy days.

Why fish with Leisure Outdoor Adventures

Our fishing guides are fully rigged with the best equipment on the market, have fun personalities, and are truly professional in all aspects of the guided fishing experience.

If you are looking to book a trip with a Leech Lake Fishing Guide then give us a call at 1-855-LOA-HOOK.

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