Lake Sakakawea Fishing Guide

Lake Sakakawea is 178 miles long with an average 6 miles wide of big walleye producing potential.  I grew up fishing this massive reservoir and my love for it has only gotten stronger.  With over 30 years of experience on this lake it still remains exciting and mysterious.  The Big Lake was famed in the early 80’s as a whopper producer with many fish over 8 pounds caught.  It’s on its way back to the “Good old Days” and with new rules in place with the Army Corp of Engineers, the lake will remain in good shape for many years to come.  This massive body of water is loaded with smelt, in walleye terms, Prime Rib!  These walleyes are feasting heavy on this forage, and they are growing fast.  The best part of Lake Sakakawea is all the different ways you can try and catch them.  Pitching jigs shallow is an angler’s favorite for the early portion of the season.  Once the water warms up a little, guys will start chasing these golden beauties with bottom bouncer and slow death or Lindy Rigs.  Another transition happens and deep running crank baits and jig raps become the go to bait!  This body of water goes super strong from ice out until ice up and it also does well in the winter!  Get a hold of me today and book a trip on one of the top walleye producing lakes in the country!

Lake Sakakawea Fishing Report-June 12th, 2019

Lake Sakakawea Fishing is good, but it is also in my mind, in a little funk with the rising water and ever changing weather conditions. We had 3 boats guiding the east end of the lake on Monday, and with the storms that chased us off, and the rising water, it made us...

Lake Sakakawea Fishing Report-June 4th, 2019

Changed it up and got back on Lake Sakakawea for a trip today. It was highly anticipated like usual. I love getting up there in early June when you can pitch jigs and minnows in the shallow water. After being on Devils Lake the last couple weeks, I reached out to some...

Devils Lake Fishing Report-June 7th, 2019

With the Devils Lake Casino cup coming (no I’m not fishing it) I’ve been a little quieter than normal on my Facebook and fishing reports. I do have a few really good friends that are fishing it, so trying to hold the noise down a little. The bite is heating up! Water...

Missouri River/Lake Oahe Fishing Report-May 14th, 2019

The river here locally near Bismarck is going through some growing pains as the water continues to rise. At last glance they were releasing 27,000 cfs out of the Garrison Dam. They are saying they want to get to 32,000 cfs. What does this do? A couple things actually....

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Lake Sakakawea Fishing Report July 2018: Mike Peluso Outdooors
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Published at 2018, July 19
Talking Slow Death Lindy rigs and how the walleyes are responding during the day on the mikepelusooutdoors.com http://mikepelusooutdoors.com/
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