1 . Brindley's Harbor Resort

Walker, Minnesota

CALL DIRECT: +1 (855) 762 - 9357

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Set on 1,300 feet of sparkling shoreline, Brindley's Harbor Resort is an angler's oasis! Near a host of hot spots, you'll be reeling in schools of walleye, muskie, and perch in no time. And, with 37 rental slips on the marina, you'll have no problem finding a spot for your boat. If you need to borrow a boat, the resort offers high-quality Lund boat rentals and Honda motors. After you've hooked your haul of trophies, leave it to the staff to fillet, wrap, and freeze your fish while you relax!

2 . Hiawatha Beach Resort

Walker, Minnesota

CALL DIRECT: +1 (800) 442 - 3224

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Framed fish come from the wild waters of Leech Lake at Hiawatha Beach Resort. As one of the largest lakes in Minnesota, your boating ability is challenged! Frame a fish of your own and begin a legendary boat trip on this famous game fishing lake. Let the award-winning Walleye pass by as you try a pleasure ride by kayak, pontoon, or paddle boat. Then, wet a line and try your reel at some real sports fishing. Your every fishing resort wish is granted at Hiawatha Beach Resort!

3 . Sugar Point Resort

Federal Dam, Minnesota

CALL DIRECT: +1 (218) 654 - 3150

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Let the compass point you north, to Sugar Point. Pass a Maple-dripped Midwest forest to find Minnesota's fourth largest lake shore. Sugar Point lakeshore resort is your outpost to explore the backwaters of one of the Land of Lakes state's premier fishing lakes. Sugar Point's central location puts your boat in all the hottest fishing spots for muskies, pike, walleye, bass, crappie, jumbo perch, bluegill, and sunfish. Angle for it all at Sugar Point Resort!

4 . Huddle's Resort

Walker, Minnesota

CALL DIRECT: +1 (800) 358 - 5516

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Huddle in, because Leech Lake is about to tell you its best fishing spot secret: Huddle's Resort! Make your big catch and begin your best fishing tales from a Minnesota cabin resort that's nothing short of magical. Sandy beaches, expansive lake views, and an onsite restaurant join the conveniences of harbor service, fishing cleaning, and boat rentals. Become an every-year guest and make Huddle's Resort on Leech Lake your favorite fishing spot, too!

5 . Acorn Hill Resort

Walker, Minnesota

CALL DIRECT: +1 (800) 237 - 1015

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Bring your lucky fishing shirt and get comfortable at Leech Lake's Acorn Hill Resort! Each knotty pine, air-conditioned cabin is secluded in the shade of the tree-lined beach. Boat docks moor the favorite mode of travel in the original "Up North". And fishermen turn into happy anglers as they haul in hordes of walleye, pike, muskie, perch, crappie, and sunfish, and Largemouth Bass. Relax your fishing line and reel in the results from the beauty and solitude of Leech Lake at Acorn Hill Resort.

6 . Horseshoe Bay Resort

Walker, Minnesota

CALL DIRECT: +1 (218) 547 - 2283

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Curved as a fishing hook or horseshoe, little Horseshoe Bay is truly a hidden treasure and one of many of Minnesota's little lake secrets. A spot where the simple life still exists, Horseshoe Bay Lodge offers the varied lakefront accommodations you're looking for in a place best described as an "Up North Paradise." Set off into the water wilderness of Leech Lake from the protected marina and take the grand tour for yourself of the fourth largest lake in Minnesota.

7 . Spirit of The North Resort

Walker, Minnesota

CALL DIRECT: +1 (800) 516 - 0077

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Slip into a different time frame where lakeside living is king and the only honey-do list needing doing is to get the fish from lake to table. When you'd rather be fishin', find your way to Walker, Minnesota's Spirit of the North Resort! Lake vacation homes are simply indulgent, while fishing daydreams come to life with the resort's fishing packages, your best bet for that big catch on Leech Lake. Catch the Spirit of the North from this Leech Lake Resort!

8 . Big Rock Resort

Walker, Minnesota

CALL DIRECT: +1 (218) 547 - 1066

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The biggest fish really are hiding underneath a rock, at Big Rock Resort. One of Minnesota's largest lakes makes a great playplace for sports fishermen. Whether a first-time angler or old pro, you'll find yourself with more fish than you'll know what to do with. Leech Lake fishing has never been better than from the fishing packages of Big Rock Resort on Horseshoe Bay. Get quality and quantity, with both caliber cabin accommodations and fish count, at Big Rock Resort on Leech Lake!

9 . Red Wing Lodge

Walker, Minnesota

CALL DIRECT: +1 (800) 863 - 1272

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Your own little fishing haven, preserved at Red Wing Lodge. A protected, lit harbor with a concrete boat ramp makes it easy to launch into excellent fishing territory at one of Minnesota's largest lakes. Bad fishing days just don't happen here, where an on-site bait house is stuffed with excellent accessories and staffed with dockhands from 7 to 9 every day. When you bring home your limit, Red Wing Lodge dockhands will even clean them for you! This is the life, gone fishin', at Red Wing Lodge!

10 . Moonlight Bay Resort

Walker, Minnesota

CALL DIRECT: +1 (866) 452 - 8645

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It's back to basics at Moonlight Bay Resort and Campground. But the basics of an incredible Minnesota fishing resort include quite the old-fashioned fishing resort arsenal. Your perfect fishing trip tackle box is full with the lodge, cabins, full hook-up campsites, seasonal sites, a heated outdoor pool, and covered dock slips for your convenience. And when your feet aren't water-bound, a walk across the street will lead you to both a golf course and the Paul Bunyan trail system.

11 . Birch Ridge Resort

Cass Lake, Minnesota

CALL DIRECT: 800-459-37

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Minnesota's real secret is its lakeside living. Both a state of mind an a luxury vacation escape, you can realize this Midwest way of life at Birch Ridge Resort. Northern Minnesota cabin rentals, RV, and tent sites line the shoreline of a true sports fishing mecca. With gas, bait, tackle, launching ramp, and fish cleaning service, your only duty will be to reel in the big ones! Win a fight with a walleye fishing Leech Lake's depths and join the Thursday night fish fry at Birch Ridge Resort.

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