Lake Oahe Fishing Guide

Lake Oahe, ND Fishing Guide

The meaning of Oahe stands for a foundation or a place to stand on.  If you ask me what Oahe means, it means lots of water, cool scenery, and tons of hungry and willing walleyes!

This system is the holding pen for the Missouri Rivers walleyes during the summer months especially.  All those fish we see every spring and fall up here near Bismarck, are only a small portion of what stack up by the millions in certain stretches of Lake Oahe.

Honestly,  at times it can feel like every walleye in the State of North Dakota is living here.  Crankbaits and bottom bouncers with spinners and slow death are the lures of choice to cover this massive flowing body of water.  Another couple of hidden gems on this portion of the Missouri River are the world-class Crappies and Northern pike!

Once you arrive at Oahe you will see the beauty of this landscape and it is simply breathtaking!  I would love to take bring you out on this spectacular body of water!

HONEST LAKE OAHE FISHING REPORTS

ND Fishing Report-November 6th, 2022

ND Fishing Report-November 6th, 2022

So much has happened since my mid week fishing report. We had a close call on a new state record walleye. Some good numbers of fish have started to show themselves in the river, and yes it's deer hunting season. It's been a common theme since I was in grade school...

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Mid Week Fishing Report-November 2nd, 2022

Mid Week Fishing Report-November 2nd, 2022

I can't believe the open water guide season may be coming to a close. The long range forecast isn't looking good. I'm holding out hope to possibly get some nice days toward the end of of November yet. I was fortunate enough to fish Sakakawea the last few days and also...

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Mid Week Fishing Report-October 26th, 2022

Mid Week Fishing Report-October 26th, 2022

This weeks Mid Week Fishing Report is somewhat depressing, somewhat not. Depends on how we look at it I guess. Sakakawea remains the place to be this fall. Fish are showing up again in decent numbers but even better quality. Jig raps remain the key presentation, the...

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ND Fishing Report-October 23rd, 2022

ND Fishing Report-October 23rd, 2022

The first half of this week we couldn't have asked for better fall fishing weather. For me, the week was spent both on the Missouri River and Devils Lake. Unfortunately, I was going to fish Lake Sakakawea later in the week, but Mother Nature said otherwise. I'll start...

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Missouri River Fishing Report-October 16th, 2022

Missouri River Fishing Report-October 16th, 2022

Things are slowly getting better. These winds we had last week forced me to reschedule my guide trips at Devils Lake to this coming week, but I did however fish a couple days on the river near Bismarck. The water is low. Before you decide to follow and old trail make...

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Mid Week Fishing Report-October 12th, 2022

Mid Week Fishing Report-October 12th, 2022

I was all ready to spend the week up at Devils Lake for 3 guide trips. After watching the news and seeing winds for the next 5 days anywhere from 25 to 45 mph I decided it wasn't worth it. As I've gotten older I have come to realize I don't hate walleyes that bad. The...

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