A rundown on how things ended last week with the National Walleye Tour stop here.
Focusing on the old lake shoreline in 20-25 feet of water with bottom-bouncers and spinners or pulling plugs has been producing a consistent walleye bite.
It’s Chamber tournament week here in Devils Lake and the walleye fishing remains really good. Checking in on the water with what has been working and a few tips as well as spots to try
Water temps are north of 70 degrees now and we are starting to see some fish move deeper.
Checking in on how the shallower-water bobber and pitching bite is producing.
We are about 7-14 days away from ice-out here on the big lake. How the shore fishing bite has been going along the coulees and what to expect as we get closer to ice-out and
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?