July 1st, 2019 Fishing Report
Fishing on Pelican Lake in Orr, MN has been fantastic so far this 2019 Season. We have seen a nice variety of sizes and species being caught from all over the lake! The Water temperature rose gradually to a comfortable 76 degrees through the month of June which made for well timed bug hatches, active…
June 11, 2019 Fishing Report
Fishing on Pelican Lake has been quite good since Memorial Weekend. The crappies started biting the week following the holiday as the water reached 60 Degrees. Anglers were finding them on the rocks piles with success in size but in modest numbers. We did not see baskets/buckets/stringers full of crappies this season as large quantities…
“The Reflection” Spring Newsletter
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Targeting Crappies, Late Winter Largemouth
0 Crappies 6 Largemouth Bass 2-4lbs, 14″-18″ Monday 3/18/19 3:00 PM Birch Forest Point Sandbar, 30″ of ice, 5′ of water. Caught On Crappie Minnows By Ross Coyer, Bill Purdy.
A Monday Moose
A Monday Moose By Ross Coyer It was a brisk October 1st in Orr, MN when I made the decision to spend a few hours collecting hazard buoys from the various rock piles randomly lurking beneath the clear blue waters of Pelican Lake. The Association of resorts on Pelican Lake has spent several years managing…
A Pile Of Great Pictures
Here are several great pictures from 2018 that we wanted to repost. Mostly Fish, but not all. Enjoy!
The Blue Walleye
Hopefully a lot of you guys saw this last Fall. In going through our pictures this winter we came across it again. We did quite a bit of research on the existence of blue walleyes when it was caught, and this was in our opinion the best picture, and arguably the bluest that we could…
Check out the latest edition of “The Reflection” by Cabin O’ Pines. Winter Newsletter
Ice Fishing is good on Pelican Lake in Orr, MN. Crappies, walleyes, northern and bluegill coming through all over. Two big pressure ridges trisecting the lake so far. Both running N/S, one from Island View to Aspen, the other from Krollmans Point to Strand Isle.
Ever wonder what happens to a dock over the winter?
Had some guests asking again over the weekend how the main dock goes in and out. This was done last spring on a usually beautiful day during the week before Memorial. The docks are kept in the bay near the boat house at Grey Wolf Lodge. The whole job takes less than 6 hours to…