Rainy Lake Fishing stays strong from May through September!
Pick up just about any fishing magazine and you will find an article about Rainy Lake and its dependable fishery. This Minnesota/Ontario border lake contains over 227,000 acres of fertile Canadian Shield fishing waters with 1,600 islands and a combined shoreline of just over 1,500 miles full of bays and sheltered areas for fishing the windy days.
The pollution free watershed that feeds this trophy lake is a whopping 14,500 sq. miles known as the Quetico-Superior region. Remember, big lake means big fish, itís as simple as that.
This lake is listed in the top ten destinations for catching trophy smallmouth bass.
This North American destination is renowned for small mouth bass, walleye, northern pike and black crappie. Because of its enormous size and incredible fish numbers there is outstanding fishing from May through September for all species.
For many smaller Canadian lakes August is a slow month, for Rainy its one of the busiest months for good fishing and family recreation. If you are wanting that August trip we advise that you book it early.
Rainy Lake is also home to large Canadian Whitetails, Black Bears, Moose, Timber Wolves, Beaver, Mink, Otter, Eagles, Osprey, Loons and a vibrant duck population.