Team Yukon Outdoors

Our main focus at Team Yukon Outdoors is “Keeping The Tradition Going”. We strive to ignite the family bonds that have been passed on through generations during outdoor experiences. Whether we are sitting on the ice, laying in a blind, or flipping a jig – we love the outdoors. Our TYO family hopes to assist you in pursuing outdoor activities to the best of your ability and steer you in a direction that leads to life long memories.



Post Archive
Chis Berglund

One of the best factors about early February fishing is we usually have some consistent weather and that helps the fish settle down, which allows us to put a plan together and smack ‘em. Lake conditions are good, we are finding an average ice thickness of over 2 ft. But with the recent snow and [Read more…]

Boat Sweepstakes
Andrew Osowski

The current status in the metro is that it’s been cold for too long! There’s up to 30” of ice in spots and we’re starting to have to dig out the extensions on some lakes. As always, be safe on the ice because it’s unpredictable at all times of the year.   Bluegills have been [Read more…]

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Brent Relopez

Well, it’s been a heck of an ice season thus far and it looks like it’s going to continue. Most of the bites around this area have been stellar this year. I’ve been finding roughly 16” – 22” of ice recently, but as always, check as you go and be safe out there.   Crappies [Read more…]

Lake Vermilion Resorts
Matt Newell

The Fall bite is on in the Bemidji Area. One of my favorite parts about fishing in the fall is being one of the few boats on the lakes and the bite being very good is a huge plus. I have been targeting walleyes mostly and they have been plentiful. Recently, I have seen some [Read more…]

Matt Newell

August has been off to a fair start as far as the walleye fishing goes in the Bemidji Area. I’m still having luck trolling crankbaits in shallow water, 7-10 ft. being best for eater walleyes. My best transitions have been weed edges and sand flats. Covering a lot of water this time of year, by [Read more…]

Balz Out 1x1
Chris Berglund

With surface water temps steadily rising to the upper 70’s fish are on the chew. I was fortunate enough to spend a lot of time on the water the past couple weeks and the fishing has been good. However, depending on the lake you are on, the patterns are different.   I fished yesterday on [Read more…]

Hawk Lake TIle
Matt Newell

With summer patterns shaping up nicely in Northern Minnesota the fishing has remained steady. My main target species has been walleyes and the bite has been pretty wide-spread. I’m still finding fish shallow in the cabbage, pulling a variety of live bait on a Lindy rig. Deeper water has also started to produce some fish [Read more…]


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