Devils Lake

The crown jewel of North Dakota fishing!! The largest natural lake in the state covering 330 square miles of fertile fish growing water!! Walleye and Pike are extremely prevalent with multiple year classes present. This lake is a fish factory! This is a fisherman’s paradise. Any style of fishing you enjoy, Devils Lake has it to offer. Whether it’s trolling, casting, jigging, or bobber fishing it can all be done and very successfully on Devils Lake.

Lake Sakakawea

The largest body of water solely in North Dakota, and the 3rd largest reservoir in the nation. This is a giant watershed that grows everything to massive proportions. Record test nets for not only walleyes but also smelt means big everything!! The bite on Sakakawea is best from early June into September.

Lake Oahe/Missouri River

This reservoir extends North from Pierre, South Dakota to just south of Bismarck, ND. With a surface area of 370,000 acres, it is a massive, sprawling waterway. This body of water is fished mostly early in the year from March until mid May. We see a large migration of fish that filter North towards Bismarck, ND. We target these fish either by trolling crank baits, pitching jigs with plastics or vertical jigging. All three are fun and effective ways to target walleyes!