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- Access: Drive In Camp
- Where We Fish: Woman River Chain of Lakes
- What we fish for: Walleye, Northern Pike, Smallmouth Bass, Lake Trout, Yellow Perch
Woman River Camp is located east of Red Lake, North of Ear Falls, and West of Slate Falls and near South Bay. If driving from International Falls, the trip is about 4.5 hours. This is a remote drive-in fishing lodge with outstanding fishing.
Guests are housed in housekeeping cabins that sleep between four and twelve guests. Each cabin has a full kitchen, gas stoves, and everything you need to prepare meals. Cabins have bedrooms, three piece bathrooms, and hot water, towels, bedding, and linens soap and TP.
Fishing with Women's River Camp
The main target here is usually Walleye as the lake is full of eating sized Walleye. A Portage trip to the nearby lakes puts you into trophy Walleye territory. Be sure to add some jigs to your tackle box as Jigging with live bait is a sure bet way to attract Walleye.
Northern Pike is a huge predatory fish. If you have never fished for Northern Pike, then you should devote a day to this amazing sport. First, these are large, lean fish that grow to 40 plus inches in length. While their size is impressive, it is their fight that hooks you. These are long and powerful fish. If you plan to target them, put a few steel leaders into your tackle box. They have over 700 teeth in their mouth that make short work of the fishing line. Unlike many species of fish, the Northern Pike are usually easy to find. Just head for a weedy patch of water. That is where you will most likely find them.
Smallmouth Bass populations are increasing in the main lakes. Expect to find large sized Smallmouth Bass with plenty of fight.
Lake Trout are loungers, and they grow huge. They like the deeper waters and live bait.
Overall, expect to find an almost endless opportunity for fishing here.
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