The walleye bite is getting good. And an on-the-water report after a night of pulling spinners.
Anglers are finding success in 5 to 15 feet of water with slip bobbers and leeches. Expect the trolling bite to steadily pick up as the water temps keep rising and the fish slide out
It was a wet start to the week, with rain and the wind continued to blow. How the recent weather has affected the lake and where the current water levels are.
By Tori J. McCormickContributing Writer Speaking to North Dakota farmers in Devils Lake on Aug. 7, 1934, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt was visibly moved by the drought conditions that plagued the region’s agricultural producers
The water is warming up and walleyes are becoming active. With water temps ranging from 50-60 degrees throughout the basin, expect the bite to continue to get better as we move into warmer days ahead.
What to expect in the coming weeks with the walleye bite on Devils Lake.
Open-water season is here – well, almost. Checking in on how the ice-out is coming along and how spring shore fishing is shaping up.
A look at ice conditions and a bit of a preview on the upcoming shore-fishing season.
Access on Devils Lake has gotten a lot better with a lot of the snow hardening, and the walleye and perch bite remains good with consistent weather.