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Leech Lake Fishing Report

SEASON: Spawn (Current)
SPECIES: Largemouth Bass
WATER CLARITY: 3/10

Relevant Gear for Leech Lake Spawn Largemouth Bass Fishing

Spawn Largemouth Bass Fishing Reports

  • Reported by Bradley Leuthner

    Spring time it's very important to cover lots of water. Looking for warm water and healthy weeds and bait fish. Leech is a very big lake, so picking a bay... Read More

    Season: Spawn

    Structure: Matted Grass

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Blade Baits

Other Species Fishing Reports for Spawn

  • Reported by Dan Amundson

    Hot bite on Saturday. Dragging a jig and a shiner or pitching a jig and a shiner produced many walleyes. Can't wait for the rest of the year!

    Season: Spawn

    Structure: Submerged Vegetation

    Species: Walleye

    Technique: Vertical Jigging Shallow (0-9')

Other Season Fishing Reports

  • Reported by Rick Carlsen

    Bite is still hot. A slow presentation with a minnow or leech is working well. The bite should be moving to a more aggressive presentation as the water... Read More

    Season: Post-Spawn

    Structure: Humps

    Species: Walleye

    Technique: Live Bait Rigs

  • Reported by Bradley Leuthner

    Leech is a big lake. So you really have to cover water and when you caught 1 realize where and try to find more spots like it. Start looking at... Read More

    Season: Post-Spawn

    Structure: Reeds

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Grass Jigs

  • Reported by Bradley Leuthner

    Small mouths in leech mostly live in the main lake south of the islands. Look for shallow rocks and sand mixture. I like to us tubs and small swim baits.

    Season: Post-Spawn

    Structure: Boulders

    Species: Smallmouth Bass

    Technique: Texas Rigs (Worming)

  • Finding weed edges accompanied by sand spots are important for Leech Lake Walleyes. Pitching jigging rap style baits out and ripping back to the boat are a guaranteed catch.-Baylor S

    Season: Summer

    Structure: Submerged Vegetation

    Species: Walleye

    Technique: Vertical Jigging Shallow (0-9')

    Rapala Jigging Rap 3 1/2" / GLOW YELLOW PERCH

    Jigging Rap 3 1/2" / GLOW YELLOW PERCH

    rapala

  • Reported by Rich Lindgren

    The bite on Leech this summer for largies continues to be up and down with the changing weather fronts. Cattails or flat reeds flipped with jigs and tx rigs... Read More

    Season: Summer

    Structure: Reeds

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Frogs/Toads

    Terminator Walking Frog 2 1/2" / Black Camo

    Walking Frog 2 1/2" / Black Camo

    terminator

  • Reported by Rich Lindgren

    Tried one evening for smallies to no avail. Reeds with jigs, and fishing rice with frogs and heavy texas rigs produced fish in multiple bays. Black Blue and... Read More

    Season: Summer

    Structure: Reeds

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Structure Jigs

    Terminator Walking Frog 2 1/2" / Black Camo

    Walking Frog 2 1/2" / Black Camo

    terminator

  • Reported by Bradley Leuthner

    Season: Summer

    Structure: Matted Grass

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Frogs/Toads

  • Reported by Samuel Moore

    I had the opportunity to make a stop at Leech Lake right after the series of storms came through mid week. Safe to say I was in for a difficult... Read More

    Season: Summer

    Structure: Lilipads

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Frogs/Toads

    LYN NF Braided Line 65LB / 150 Yards

    NF Braided Line 65LB / 150 Yards

    lyn

  • Reported by Erik Gaffron

    Get your jig out and get to work boys and girls, you're in for a a wild time with some of the fiercest Bass I have had the pleasure to... Read More

    Season: Summer

    Structure: Lilipads

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Grass Jigs

  • Burning a frog across the matted rice can produce good numbers of fish with some quality mixed in. Working the frog fast allows you to cover lots of water. If... Read More

    Season: Summer

    Structure: Matted Grass

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Frogs/Toads

  • Reported by Jason Halfen

    Excellent fall walleye fishing is happening right now on Leech Lake. During the daytime hours, look to mid-depth flats holding large schools of baitfish to concentrate feeding walleyes. Key depths... Read More

    Season: Fall

    Structure: Baitfish

    Species: Walleye

    Technique: Trolling Shallow (0-9')

  • Reported by Omnia Community

    Season: Fall

    Structure: Lilipads

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Frogs/Toads

  • Reported by Rich Lindgren

    Water temps were still hovering between 58-60 & the fall bite has not really got hot yet on Leech. Deeper Reeds & Rice with other weeds mixed in seemed... Read More

    Season: Fall

    Structure: Matted Grass

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Frogs/Toads

    Stanford Baits Boom Boom Frog Mud Frog / 2 1/2"

    Boom Boom Frog Mud Frog / 2 1/2"

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  • Reported by Rich Lindgren

    Doesn't feel like the Fall Feedbag is quite in full swing on Leech, but hopefully that picks up soon as water is in the upper 50's as of this weekend.... Read More

    Season: Fall

    Structure: Reeds

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Structure Jigs

    Strike King Rage Menace Grub Green Pumpkin / 4"

    Rage Menace Grub Green Pumpkin / 4"

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  • Leech is loaded with wild rice that largemouth bass love to sit in during the fall. Wild rice can be difficult to fish but a frog is a great option!

    Season: Fall

    Structure: Reeds

    Species: Largemouth Bass

    Technique: Frogs/Toads

  • Reported by Bradley Leuthner

    Fish humps in walker bay. The walleyes bite in low light. Try fishing 25 to 35 feet.

    Season: Ice

    Structure: Humps

    Species: Walleye

    Technique: Ice Fishing Spoons

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