Casting Shallow for Migrating Reservoir Walleyes - Lake Sakakawea

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May 19, 2023 at 6:43 AM
Posted by Vollmer
I went up to New Town, North Dakota, to intercept the migrating fish for the first time this season. We wound up with a strangely-warm, flat-calm day in mid-May, but we got the walleyes going hot late morning up shallow with jigs anyway.

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