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Fishing on Lake Sakakawea, North Dakota
 

Fishing on Lake Sakakawea ~ North Dakota

 

Jason Feldner
PO BOX 191
Minnewaukan, ND 58351
701-351-1294
Email: percheyedl@yahoo.com 

 

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Offering the best fishing LAKE SAKAKAWEA has to offer.

     

Jason Feldner with a nice walleye from Lake Sakakawea

Jason Feldner

     Lake Sakakawea, on the Missouri River is a bonafide, world class walleye fishery and we have 45 combined years of experience catching big walleyes.
     We are based out of Indian Hills resort and campground on Lake Sakakawea, approximately 30 miles west of Garrison, or; 80 miles south of Minot, North Dakota.
     We fish Lake Sakakawea from Newtown to Garrison. We will meet you and fish whatever part of the lake you choose. We specialize in fishing for walleye, northern pike, sauger, white bass and yellow perch.
     Mike and Jason have a combined 45 years experience. We have 20 foot Lund boats for your comfort. All rod &reels, bait, tackle and fish cleaning is provided.
     All you need is a good attitude, North Dakota fishing License and proper clothing for your trip.

     Come as a customer and leave as a friend.

Mike Peluso, fishing guide

Mike Peluso

 

 

 

 

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8-27-2018 - Fishing Report - Iím finally back on high ground here after pre fishing and fishing the Aim State Championship out of Indian Hills Resort. First and foremost I want to thank Indian Hills and Kelly for the amazing accommodations. Itís a great place to stay and Jason Feldner and I are excited about starting up Mjsguides.com which is based out of Indian Hills. So if your looking to book a group package go to mjguides.com and we can get you set up with lodging and a Great Lake Sakakawea experience. So hereís the fishing report for the end of the week. Needless to say the fishing is unreal right now! We had over 55 pounds in two days and didnít make the top 5. Actually took 8th. Crazy to think that these types of weights came in especially during the dog days of summer. We found a really good jig rap bite up shallow. It was a big fish program and big fish we caught. No surprise here but the best color jig raps, shiver minnows, puppet minnows were any variation of white. We all know the walleyes are chasing smelt but they were also keying in on white bass. Kind of interesting to see. We also caught some really nice fish on the old school Lindy rig with a minnow during the event. I wasnít able to track down any creek chubs before the tournament unfortunately but I would have to believe those would have done great! Slow death rigs in shallower water, and also out deep was still really good, and we had found some awesome fish, maybe not tournament fish, but great guide fish with big fish mixed in. We had to make a choice to fish community seas because of the average size of fish, plus I felt I had found a concentration of fish that other anglers were not targeting. Our plan seemed to be in check right away day one, but soon after we had a few fish the gig was up. Again, to see the quality of fish that were caught on this amazing body of water was literally head shaking. Iím still taking bookings up on Sakakawea but Iím also going to turn my attention back to the Missouri River/Oahe with the Casino Tournament right around the corner. Call or text me to book today 701-351-1294or email me here on the site www.mjsguides.com


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MJS GUIDES
PO Box 191
Minnewaukan, ND 58351
percheyedl@yahoo.com
Home: 701-473-2533
Cell: 701-351-1294

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Jason Feldner
PO BOX 191
Minnewaukan, ND 58351
701-351-1294
Email:
percheyedl@yahoo.com