How the access points are fairing after the recent blizzard, what the ice depth is, how travel is going on the lake and how the bite has been.
Frigid temps have made for some good, solid ice-making, with ice readings ranging from very thin to upwards of 4 to 6 inches in the Northern Basin of the lake.
So how’s the fall walleye bite shaping up?
Fall is knocking on our door and that means one thing – cast-and-blast time. And the walleye bite remains strong.
With walleye fishing remaining strong … a few pointers for those heading onto the water.
Like a broken record, pulling bottom bouncers and spinners or lead core with plugs over the old lake shoreline, across flooded roads and over submerged structure seems to producing great results.
Trolling with bottom bouncers and pulling lead core with crankbaits producing this past week on Devils Lake. We may be in the home stretch of summer, but the bite should remain strong as we move
Bottom bouncers and spinners in 20-25 feet of water with a third of a crawler, lead core and cranks along with bobbers and leeches have all been producing walleyes on a consistent basis the past
The walleye bite has remained consistent on Devils Lake despite the recent heat. Here’s a breakdown of areas to target when it comes to the dog days of summer.