Dale’s On Lake of the Woods today!!
34 degrees (feels like 23)
30’s and 40’s through
I am so ready
and Summer Fun
How about you
Come camp with us!
Open for camping as early as April 26th!
Dale’s On Lake of the Woods
Official Clothing Store
Go to “Gear”
on the “Home” page of our website
and Click on “Buy Now”!
You design your own apparel
Choose the garment
Fill in each box for the details of the garment you are purchasing
Add to your shopping cart
When all garments you wish to purchase are in your shopping cart
Fill out the Check out form
Pay for your garment’s
The garment will be created as you designed them and shipped directly
to your home!!
We have only just begun!
I have gone through both of TVIV’s apparel catalogs for more garments to choose from. We will have all seasons covered, Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter!
Courtney, from The Visual Identity Vault, will be adding at least 25+ additional selections of apparel for you to choose from over the next two weeks.
We will continue to have apparel available at our resort in addition to our online Clothing Store.
If you have any questions do not hesitate to call TVIV or me, Connie, at any time!!
The Visual Identity Vault
507-238-9793 Ask for Courtney
Courtney’s Cell phone #507-848-6249 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m.
Text, Call ~ if no answer please leave Courtney a message!!
Dale’s On Lake of the Woods Resort
320-630-6734 Ask for Connie
Raining today!!! Let’s see what takes place after all this rain today!
Photos First Photos are from 4.7.21
and this morning 4.8.21
Twin Rock -Twin Island’s
Ice piled up on Gull Rock
Picture from our boat ramp towards Gull Rock
Fishing Report courtesy of Lake of the Woods Tourism Bureau emailed to [email protected]
here at Dale’s On Lake of the Woods!!
Enjoy <((>< ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
On the south end… Most of the lake is still ice covered with the exception of large areas adjacent to inflowing water such as the Lighthouse Gap (Rainy River) and Morris Point Gap (Bostic Creek) areas. Open water is expanding daily. Anglers are allowed a limit of walleyes and saugers on the lake, but catch and release only on Four Mile Bay and the Rainy River through April 14.
Open water is becoming available in many of the back bays around the lake where pike spawn. The pike season is open year round on LOW and the Rainy River. 3 fish per day, 30-40 inches must be released, one over 40″ allowed.
On the Rainy River… River fishing started out strong, slowed down with cold weather and the Big Fork and Little Fork Rivers spilling mud into the Rainy River and now is picking up again. The water is clearing and water temps are on the rise.
A 3/8 – 1/2 ounce jig is working nicely tipped with a minnow or a plastic. Bright plastics and frozen shiners working best on jigs. Walleyes caught in various depths down to 35 feet.
Some anglers trolling crankbaits with success to cover water. Walleye season is catch and release only on Rainy River and Four Mile Bay through April 14th.
Sturgeon fishing continues to be good with good numbers of sturgeon being caught. Sturgeon aren’t as affected by dirty water as they feed by scent. Sturgeon catch and release season through 4/23/21. Keep season 4/24/21 – 5/7/21, (45-50″, or over 75″) Catch and release 5/8/21 – 5/15/21. Closed 5/16/21 – 6/30/21.
With lower current, a 3 ounce no-roll sinker combined with a sturgeon rig (18″ snell of 60 lb test with a 4/0 or 5/0 circle hook) with a glob of crawlers, frozen emerald shiners or both is the ticket. Local bait shops have rigs and bait available.
Up at the NW Angle… Various areas are starting to open up. Looking ahead to open water, there are various ways to travel to the NW Angle this summer without crossing the border. If you have the right boat and expertise, boating across is an option. There is also the Lake of the Woods Passenger Service (charter boat shuttle to Angle). And finally, Lake Country Air flying service, a float plane service out of Baudette and other locations.
Click on the link above and Check out today’s lake condition video!!
Opening up a little more Each Day
Wind blowing 13 mph up to 17 mph by 11 p.m. tonight!!
To the West of our lakeshore
Gull Rock from our boat landing