Joe Henry

Joe Henry
St. Cloud, MN

Joe has a BS degree in Management from St. John's University in Collegeville, MN as well as an MBA from Baldwin-Wallace College in Berea, OH. From an outdoors perspective, Joe Henry is a licensed charter captain, holding an active OUPV Great Lakes license from the U.S. Coast Guard. Joe is also a tournament angler, fishing a variety of circuits throughout the Midwest including the MTT and formerly, the PWT.

Henry has been enjoying and taking advantage of the many natural wonders of the Lake of the Woods area throughout his life. Joe enjoys a variety of hunting including waterfowl, deer and grouse hunting as well as fishing. "There is something so special about the Lake of the Woods area. The fishing is world class; both ice fishing and open water."

Recent Fishing Reports:

Lake of the Woods, Lake Of The Woods County
On the main basin... Very strong walleye fishing continues with the jig bite picking up. Charters finding limits of eater walleyes with big fish mixed in. Crankbaits, spinners / crawlers and jigs with frozen shiners in main basin successful. 15-31 feet of water producing good numbers of walleyes across south shore with very good numbers in front of gap. Shiners showing up at mouth of Rainy River as well as up the Rainy River.
On the Rainy River... With shiners entering the river, eater walleyes showing up as well. Anglers reporting success both jigging and pulling crankbaits. Walleye activity will be increasing as shiner run continues.
Up at the NW Angle... Strong numbers of walleyes being caught on mud flats and around Garden Island. 15 - 25' is a good start. Spinners, crankbaits and jigging all producing. Some nice jumbo perch mixed with walleyes. Muskie activity picking up as water is cooling. Next full moon, Sep 24. Crappie anglers are producing big black slabs.