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  1. Fort Yates

    Went out today 9/1 from 12:30-4:40. My buddy wanted to use his 14 Ft boat since he hadn't run it yet this season. We fished main channel break between Winona and Yates. We jigged an Lindy rigged with minnows. No wind at all, but caught 3 nice fish, 22", 21", and 18".
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    Lake Oahe
  2. Beaver Bay Oahe

    Caught a 2 man limit today south of Beaver in 25' to 35' on edges of the main channel. Caught them on lindys and jigs with worms, leeches and minnows with the majority of them coming on jigs and minnows.
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    Lake Oahe
  3. Hazelton

    Went to Hazelton late afternoon and evening. Slow is the word. Caught a couple pulling cranks. Water is very dirty and greenish hue. Water temps 63-64. But it was a great evening to be out.
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    Lake Oahe
  4. Porcupine Area Oahe

    Put in at Beaver Bay today and ran south to the Porcupine area. Vertical jigging with jigs/minnows & jigs/crawlers. 26 to 28 FOW. Ended up with 4 nice walleyes 16-20 inches, then the catfish moved in. If anyone wants catfish head on down! We could have caught more walleyes but ran out of time. Overall good outing.
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    Lake Oahe
  5. Beaver bay Oahe

    Fished west side of oahe out of beaver bay (830 to 130). Fished 20 to 30 feet bottom bouncer slow death. Best luck was around 23 feet with worms. Caught a bunch of small ones and missed 2 keepers at the boat. Went home with 3 16 inchers. Caught 3 perch about 7 inches. Tried leeches no luck.
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    Lake Oahe
  6. Hazelton Boat Dock Area

    Fished with my brother close to Hazelton boat dock. We tried a number of techniques including slow death, spinners, jigging and crankbaits but used bottom bouncers about 90% of the time as they were the only thing we caught fish on. We caught our limit in about 3 hours. It was slow fishing for the most part except from about 11am to noon when we caught the majority of the fish. The fish were small and ranged form 14" to 16". Most fish were caught in 14 feet. About 10 other boats out and saw few being caught.
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    Lake Oahe
  7. Lake Oahe

    Plan on heading down to Oahe this weekend with the family. Any reports from Bismarck down to the state line? Haven't seen much on this site lately. Thanks
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    Lake Oahe
  8. Beaver bay lake oahe

    Any reports out of beaver bay lake oahe?
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    Lake Oahe
  9. Oahe - Ft. Yates

    Fishing is slowing down with the water temperatures rising. Water temp was up to 69* in 20ft deep along the shoreline. Did manage to catch a limit, but the number of fish caught dropped from one week prior. Most of the harvest came from 16' to 18' on a lindy rig with a single bead. Worms were just as successful as the minnows.

    Time to start heading north to Sakakawea & Audubon for the remainder of summer. Tight Lines!
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    Lake Oahe
  10. South on Oahe

    Launched out of Beaver Creek and headed south. The lake level is way up so there are changing conditions each week. We started off in 12-13 FOW and caught decent numbers two weeks ago, but then the level went up another two feet and this complicated the efforts because the former shoreline and trees/bushes were now in the zone. So we moved out to 14-16 FOW and continued a decent harvest of 15-1/2" to 20" walleye.

    The minnow on a Lindy rig and single bead out produced the worm, the spinner rigs, or other tactics. We also noticed that upping the speed from 0.9mph to 1.1mph ...
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    Lake Oahe
  11. Lake ohae

    Decided to make one last trip to ohae and it did not disappoint, we launched out of cattail and crossed the lake and found active fish in 14-15ft of water and the water temp was 60 degrees.
    we pulled bottom bouncers with gulp worms and pitched jigs, most of the fish came off of jigs with a gulp minnow. Got a nice 2 man limit but let go some smaller fish too.
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    Lake Oahe
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  12. Beaver Bay

    Finally got the boat wet this year. Got in at Beaver at about 2:00. Caught at least a dozen in about 3 hours. Only had one under 14. Most were 15-17. 50/50 on jig or BB. Kept a nice limit of eaters. Great start to my open water season!
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    Lake Oahe
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