Recent Report Posts

  1. Deepwater Bay Area

    Hit up Deepwater Bay on Saturday. Tried to get out to the main lake, but the 30mph gusts out of the north kept us in the bay. Worked out because we found lots of eater size fish. Most fish were 15-19" with the occasional 20" mixed in. Lots of those 10-13" fish to keep the kiddos busy as well.
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    Lake Sakakawea
  2. Parshall Bay - Sakakawea

    The wife and I had a weekend without the kiddos, so we headed for the cabin to do a bit of fishing. We told ourselves that we were only going to fish new spots, instead of our same ole' same ole'. We ended up fishing way up in 'The Hook'. We had enough wind to drift, so we each drifted with a bouncer and a crawler, while each of us also drift jigged with a 1/4 oz jig and a plastic. The jig and plastic was the better producer on both days, and the weekend kicked out a better class of fish for us, while also providing us with some lunch.
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    Lake Sakakawea
  3. Central Sak

    Dumped the Toon in at Dakota Waters yesterday morning and headed west. Stopped in at Renner and Beaver Creek bays for a little while with not much to talk about for action. Saw lots of boats and only a few fish being caught. We were pulling crawlers on spinners in 13-30 ft of water in a search pattern. With just one fish in the well, we headed to the north shore to see if the wind was blowing the bite that direction. Uh, nope. We fished from Nishu over to Indian Hills. While we got a few bites on crawlers, it was SLOW, SLOW, SLOW. Ended up throwing on some cranks and pulled them in 13-20 ...

    Updated Today at 09:43 AM by Allen

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    Lake Sakakawea
  4. Salmon fishing

    anyone heard or have predictions of their years salmon on sakakawea
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    Lake Sakakawea
  5. Van hook/parshall

    Went up to parshall bay for the weekend. 5-10 dinks per keeper fish. We never did find the bigger 20 + fish. We kept our 40 eaters both days in a few hours. slow death and worms.
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  6. Sak - East End/Mallard

    Put in at Wolf Creek Sunday morning-ran around to north side of Mallard. Pitched jigs and plastics early then switched over to cranks...and the fun began! Pulled #9 Flickers in 16 to 24 fow...tried to stay between 1.8 and 2.2 mph. Ended up catching 6 walleye, 3 smallies, and 1 pike. Biggest walleye was 23.5 inches...back in the drink...couple small guys as well. Kept 3 between 17 and 19...water temps were 68 to 72 degrees. All in all not a bad day...have a great week folks!
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    Lake Sakakawea
  7. East End/centennial

    Dumped er in today. It's been 5 years since I've been here. It will be another 5 before I come back. Rode the struggle bus. 3 fish from 1 til 7. Prolly go west 2maro. 67ish water temps by end of day. Not much for a bite going at all.
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    Lake Sakakawea
  8. Sakakawea - VanHook

    The wife, two of our kids, and I fished Friday afternoon through Sunday. We did well again off of Gull on Friday and Saturday, pulling crawlers in 16-20 fow. A lot of lunch fish with the occasional nicer fish.

    On Sunday, my dad made the trip down to the cabin, and went fishing with us. We went out towards the river and pulled cranks in 25-28 fow and caught a pile of fish. That new Flicker Shad and Flicker Minnow color of Blue Shiner was outpacing everything else by quite a margin.

    It still sounded like guys were doing well on a lot of the mid lake structure, but ...
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    Lake Sakakawea
  9. Indian Hills 6/17 to 6/21

    My dad and I got to do our annual trip again this year. We decided to head out of Indian hills for the week to try and stay away from the craziness of van hook. We pulled bouncers in 12-16 feet bouncing out to 25 depending on the structure. We were surprised at how good the fishing was for this time of year. We had caught about 30 fish a day, most of them being over 19 inches with 2 to 3 a day being 25+. The biggest through the week was 29.25. Glad i got to spend the time with my dad.
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    Lake Sakakawea
  10. Van Hook - Father's Day Wknd

    MORE NoDak wind.... Arrive Thursday evening and went out Fri/Sat/Sun. Fish are scattered and I didn't have any data of where the fish had previously been located. Started out going many sunken islands and shorelines. We were able to mark some groups and get one or two here/there but then they moved away.

    Didn't get to harvest much the first two days until we found a deeper sunken island (25'-31' deep) and there they were. Finished up with smiles on our faces Saturday afternoon and returned Sunday morning. Everything we kept were 16"-20" and I released on after a photo ...
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    Lake Sakakawea
  11. OAHE Fort Yates area

    Once we found em, we limited in an hour. Shallow on cranks and BB.
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    Lake Oahe
  12. Stump Lake

    Got talked into camping at Stump Lake this weekend. I've never been there before so any fishing reports/advice would be appreciated. Thanks
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    Stump Lake
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