Brad Laabs Guide Service is a full service fishing guide who supplies all bait, tackle, equipment. Brad specializes in walleye fishing in the 412 Lakes Area; hs is a veteran Detroit Lakes area fishing guide and tournament angler.
Come learn the techniques for fishing the Detroit Lakes “412” Lakes area. Brad has been fishing the Detroit Lakes area for 30+ years with over 25 years guiding and tournament experience. Please contact me for detailed information and to answer any specific questions.
Brad will share information and techniques that will help improve your angling skills. He is committed to making your outing fun and successful.
June and October are the premier months for walleyes in the Detroit Lakes area. Book your trips now so that you can reserve your desired date.
Fishing Guide Service for: Specializing in walleye fishing, with other game fish or pan fish trips also available. All fishing include rod, reel, bait, and tackle.
Who needs a fishing license in Minnesota? Any resident of Minnesota age 16–90 is required to carry a valid permit when fishing. Children under 16 and seniors over 90 who live in Minnesota can fish without a license. If you’re from out of state, however, you will need a license if you’re over 16 without exception.
Other Things You Need to Bring for the Trip: Please be prepared to bring along any food, snacks, and beverages that you might like. If you have your own weather gear bring it, otherwise I will help outfit you. No alcoholic beverages allowed on fishing trips.
2013 Alumacraft Competitor 185
This year we will be fishing out of a 2013 Alumacraft Competitor 185. The boat is fully rigged and provides everything necessary for a fun and successful fishing trip.
Location: Address: 14821 County Highway 19, Detroit Lakes, MN 56501 | Tel: (Home) 218- 847-1089 (Cell) 218- 849- 6108 | Brad Laabs Guide Service Website | Facebook Page | E-mail: email@example.com |
Detroit Lakes Minnesota Fishing Guide Services & Charters
The Detroit Lakes area abounds with beautiful parks, lakes, rivers, hiking & biking trails and more . . .
Detroit Lakes, Becker County, and the surrounding area offers so many recreational and outdoor activities that it is difficult to fit them into one visit. With over 400 lakes within a 25-mile radius, and with beautiful rivers and streams (not to mention the Mississippi Headwaters), many parks and trails have been created to provide public access.
Parks, such as the Tamarac National Wildlife Refuge, provide cross-country and snow mobiling trails in the winter– and even more trails for hiking and biking during the spring, summer and fall months.
You can also enjoy the natural beauty from your car. The Lake Country Scenic Byway is an 88-mile corridor that follows Highways 34 and 71. Along its route, the Byway uniquely spans three different types of geographic terrain.
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