Devils Lake, North Dakota!
The name speaks for itself when it comes to fishing walleyes and perch in the upper Midwest. Devils Lake is home to big walleyes, jumbo perch, huge white bass, and of course northern pike!
Coming on to the scene as of late, although rare to catch are trophy-sized crappies. But if action is what you are looking for in a fishing trip, look no further than this expansive flooded paradise.
The lake really began to grow in the early ’90s and with the growth of the lake came the growth to its fame.
People have traveled from all over the globe to come fish and witness this natural phenomenon. The name speaks for itself and is a Lakota name Ble Waka Sica in translation means Lake of the Spirits. It’s a caster’s dream, bobber heaven, and a spinners paradise.
If you want to try for big walleyes in the fall get the jigging raps out or troll leadcore. In other words, if there is a way you like to fish you can probably catch them that way on this body of water!