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

8-11-2018 - Fishing Report - The best part of Lake Sakakawea is the one thing that always happens is you can catch fish a multitude of other ways. We have been talking a lot about the deep water bite using cranks and jig raps. Well, Iím happy to tell you fish can still be caught back in the bays! Even with the dropping water fish can still be found especially in the early morning and late afternoon low light periods fairly shallow. What do I mean about shallow? I was able to catch fish in 5 to 10 foot of water both pulling bait and trolling cranks. Also, early mornings are decent with spinners and slow death in that 20 to 25 foot. Trust your electronics and look for the marks I call dolphins on my screen. You will know a Dolphin when you see one! The old faithful right now of pulling snap weights and flicker minnows and also leadcore with a variety of lures is working in depths of 28 to 42 foot of water. Be careful fishing those fish as you will have to keep those since the air bladderin a Walleye is pretty sensitive to being brought up from those depths. I still have openings so if you're looking for a fun day on the water click on my email link here on the site or call me at (701) 351-1294 My Sakakawea reports will be coming in quite a bit here since the Aim State Championship is coming up August 24 and 25 out of Indian Hills resort. Lots of pre fishing coming out so again just another great time to book a trip with me and see how we go about trying to figure out a big fish bite. Always fun trying to put together a tournament pattern! Also looking forward to the late fall big fish jig rap bite on Lake Sakakawea. Stay tuned!


 

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