Those We Honor

You’ll find more than just fishing celebrities in this list. One can make a significant impact
on the lives of many without ever being well known. It is important to honor all of
those who had a great influence on the great sport of fishing, whether famous or not.
Corporate advances tend to be much more visible to us. For it’s their products that
shape the evolution of the sport of fishing.

Ron Hunter

Ron Hunter

Inducted 2019

Ron Hunter has been a fixture on Lake Winnibigoshish over the years. He is not only a fishing guide on this beautiful north-central fishing mecca, Hunter is the person who can provide you with a true angling experience. This is because of his vast knowledge of the resources in the region and the years of experience he has on the water. When it comes to Lake Winnibigoshish and the surrounding lakes and rivers, Hunter is the one guide that you can trust when it comes to a successful trip.

Lake Winnibigoshish is a fishing paradise for walleyes, perch, and northern pike. The vast amount of walleye and perch structure necessitates a guided trip if your goal is success. Ron Hunter can shorten your learning curve when it comes to navigating the lake to find those spots that will be most productive.

Only a guide that spends every day on the water can be tuned into what the fish are reacting to when it comes to lures and bait. Ron Hunter not only makes sure he has his finger on the pulse of the fish he is chasing, he maintains contact with many of the other guides who use Judd’s Resort for their launching point. The information Hunter uses to find and catch fish is always up to the minute and this pays off for those that choose Hunter as their guide.

Pro-anglers talk about how important it is to find the spot on the spot. Hunter has been exploring Lake Winnibigoshish for so long that he has spots on the spot on the spot. When others are searching high and low for a fish to bite, Hunter is presenting the baits in schools of fish. That is why having a knowledgeable guide is so important. They are aware of every variable that will allow an angler to achieve success.

You can tell when Ron Hunter fires up the Mercury and pulls his Lund GL208 Pro V away from the docks that he truly loves the time he spends on the water. Hunter not only loves to explore the structure on Lake Winnibigoshish for perch, walleyes and pike, be loves to watch the people he guides set the hook on another fish. Whether you’re casting jigs, pulling rigs, or ripping a spinnerbait through the cabbage when you’re fishing with Ron Hunter, you’re sure to be having a wonderful time.