Fishing Pelican Lake

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Fishing Pelican Lake

Orr Minnesota Fishing Vacations Offering Walleye, Bass, Crappie & More

Pelican Lake is hailed as one of Minnesota’s great fishing lakes with an abundant supply of bluegills, large and smallmouth bass, walleyes, crappies, northern pike and perch. Children enjoy casting a line for panfish and are rarely disappointed!

With nearly 11,000 acres, 54 miles of shoreline and over 50 islands to explore, Pelican Lake is a dream come true for those who have yet to experience its treasures! Happy vacationers return year after year, heading out for a day of serious fishing.


Fishing Report – Aug 14th, 2016

Crappies and Big Bluegills being caught deep North of Bald Island. Jig around 22′ with crappies minnows or crawlers. Wacky
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Fishing Report – July 26th, 2016

Walleyes are in those weeds this time of year, try a shallow weed bed with your favorite walleye bait. Head
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Fishing Report – June 13, 2016

Lots of Bass and Northern Pike coming in. Bluegills are also spawning and biting like crazy. Night Crawlers, Wacky Worms,
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