PT’s guide service is the premiere fishing guide service and local experts in Otter Tail County for fishing Ottertail Lake, Big Pine Lake, Big Stone Lake and Lake Traverse. Come and enjoy a special day with fishing guides Todd Cameron and Phil Jensen in Ottertail County. Whether you are looking for a relaxing day on the water or an in-depth on the water seminar, Contact PT’s Guide Service to fish the Otter Tail Lakes area.
Fishing Guide Service for: We specialize in walleye fishing but would be happy to take you fishing for other species too.
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: Appropriate clothing, rain gear, sun screen, beverages of choice, snacks, and most importantly the desire to have a great time on the water in otter tail lakes country!
Lund 2075 Pro V Tiller
Lund 2075 Pro V Tiller, 200 HP Mercury Verado, MotorGuide Xi5 Bowmount and MotorGuide; 112 pound thrust Saltwater Series Transom Mount, Lowrance HDS Touch Screen GPS/Sonar.
Location: Address: Perham, MN 56501 | Tel: Todd Cameron – (218) 639-2052; Phil Jensen – (701) 866-2847 | Brad Laabs Guide Service Website | E-mail: 56573PTSGUIDESERVICE@YAHOO.COM |
PT’S FISHING GUIDES
Phil Jensen: Lund Boats Pro Staff, Mercury Pro Team, MotorGuide Pro Team, Lowrance Pro Staff, Rapala ~ Phil Jensen grew up in the Ottertail Lakes Area and has been guiding and fishing tournaments in this area for over 40 years. Ottertail Lake is home to Phil and his family dating back to his Grandpa fishing the lake in 1918. When Phil is not fishing the Ottertail Lakes Area, he can be found hunting big game animals, upland game and waterfowl across Minnesota, the Dakota’s, Colorado and Canada. Phil has been fortunate to fish from Alaska to the Gulf of Mexico and many places in-between but always comes back to Ottertail Lake. As an educator by profession, he enjoys teaching people how to fish, the importance of boat control, how to utilize your electronics and the excitement of saying “Oh There’s One”! Whether you are wanting a relaxing day on the water or an in-depth on the water seminar contact us to arrange a date.
Todd Cameron: Lund Boat Pro-Staff and Mercury Pro-Team ~ Todd Cameron grew up on the South Dakota side of Big Stone Lake and has spent more than 40 years fishing for walleye, northern, and pan fish. His longtime passion for fishing started when he was a small boy and his grandfather who would take him out in a row boat, or would fish with him from shore. Over the years, Todd has spent most of his water time in South Dakota, Minnesota, and Wisconsin fishing primarily for walleye. “The excitement, thrill, and the challenge of catching walleye will never get old, just more appreciated as I grow older.” Do you want to fish the Otter Tail Lakes area or Big Stone or Lake Traverse? Todd has more than 30 years of experience fishing Lake Travers and Big Stone. Call or send an e-mail to book a date for a day of fishing.
Ice fishing services on Ottertail, Big Pine, Rush, and the Ottertail lakes area. Come and enjoy the comfort of a warm, clean fish house. We offer comfortable transportation as well. Rent one of our Ice Castles, or enjoy a fully guided ice fishing trip, which are available upon request.
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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