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  1. Van hook

    Good fishing the last 3 days... fished anywhere from 10ft to 35 fow. Pulled cranks in perch and fire tiger... bb and crawler harness with half crawler seemed best, seemed like when we cranked up the speed is when we started to catch more fish. 1.2 to 1.7 with bb and 1.9 to 2.3 with cranks. 30-40 fish a day average and fish from little 12 inchers to good eaters in the 15-17 inch range and 2 28 inches were biggest of the trip. Sunken islands next to deep water were best. Good luck with worriers on the water... hope this helps



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    Lake Sakakawea
  2. poor fishing at pouch point

    Fished Monday and Tuesday and got skunked. Tried everything and they are not biting. Three of us worked from 5 am to 2 pm and they are not interested in crawlers, leeches or minnows. Most fishing had the same results and think this is a disappointing season so far, kinda shocked as the last 3-4 years were awesome.
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    Lake Sakakawea
  3. Salmon on the lake post #3

    Going to try it again on Friday. Anyone fishing salmon or having any luck yet. This is when we started catching the last year. Hopefully they will do soon.
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    Lake Sakakawea
  4. East Devils Lake

    Fished East DL Saturday 7/27 worms and blue or chartreuse spinners/smiles produce best. overall fish were small. Seemed like the majority of the fish were in the 21-23 fow
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    Devils Lake
  5. East Sak

    Little to no wind on Saturday, 7/26, but found the eyes right away. They again moved lower each week and we were having them bite the slow death/worm or slow death/Gulp in 28'-30'. 8am-10am produced good results and then they scattered some. We moved to another sunken island and it was dead until noon. We then picked up another three and decided to leave the lake. Not getting a breeze of any kind was pretty warm behind the console. We accepted 14 walleye and left the lake one short. All of our keepers were 15" to 22" and looked pretty healthy.

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    Lake Sakakawea
  6. Sak State Park and Points West

    Took a buddy from work to Sak State park this morning...got on the water at 7...went west a ways...fished points and flats along south shore...water temps 72-74...spinners and crawlers/leeches for first 2 hours...caught some dinks/smallies/perch then switched over to cranks...that was the ticket! Pulled flicker minnows and shads in 15 to 22 fow...ending up catching 8 eyes...3 keepers 20-22 inches...got off the water about 1 when the party toons and jet skis inundated the entire south side...but man nice day!
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    Lake Sakakawea
  7. East End of Sak

    Fished the Governors Cup last weekend. We were able to pre-fish Thursday and tournament Fri/Sat. Lots of fish found in all depths. Our Tournament did not go as planned, but we found a huge amount of fish way back in the bays. 3-5 FOW produced most of our fish. If you could find dirty water the bite stayed on all day shallow. If the water was clean, the bite stopped around 9 or 10 and then had to move out deeper. We caught fish from 3-30 FOW. Lindy's with a leach produced our best and most fish, but we caught fish on swim baits and cranks as well. Lots of 5 fish limits both days of the ...
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    Lake Sakakawea
  8. Red River 7-24-19

    The short flood is over and the catfishing is getting better each day. There are good numbers of post spawn catfish in the system right now and as the water levels flatten out the bite will continue to get better. Best baits have been sucker and frog hands down. The best areas to fish are current seams just off the main current. As the water levels flatten the fish will move more to the middle and onto the main seams. Things should be in high gear by the weekend.
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    Red River
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  9. Salmon on the Lake Post#2

    Was up at the lake on Friday and Saturday, the weather was beautiful both days. About 6 boats I could see on Friday and about 12-15 when I left at 11 on Saturday. I didn't have much luck, nothing Friday and lost one on Saturday. I heard there were a couple boats that did OK and I did mark substantially more fish then the previous weekend. Hopefully they are gonna go soon.
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    Lake Sakakawea
  10. 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
  11. Devils Lake west end

    Fished 7/20 & 7/21 tons of small fish with decent eaters hard to come by. Propeller blades or regular spinners with a 1/2 crawler or leach worked well for the lil guys. Tried anywhere from 9'- 22' seemed like a lil bigger fish in deeper water. Tried snap weights and cranks in the deeper water without a bite...
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    Devils Lake
  12. East End - Sak

    Community spots were busy and produced a few fish, but nothing like previous weeks. The walleye were a bit deeper this past weekend than the weekend prior. July 13th they were best found in 18'-22' and this past weekend they were more likely in 22'-25'. Did capture a 21" eye right on the edge of the structure drop off at 18'. Love it when those heavier fish decide when they're coming up or not. Seemed like he just wanted to sit there and not come closer. When that initially happens you KNOW it's time to get the net ready.Harvested only four eyes until the wind came up and made fishing ...
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    Lake Sakakawea
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