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Angler holding perch

Will this be the season to find out why Devils Lake is on every ice fisherman’s Bucket List?  Whether chasing perch (the favorite for most anglers), white bass, pike or walleye, Devils Lake has it all. The reasons start with the fact that yellow perch are “…plentiful, big and fat, fun to catch…” according to guide Mark Bry.  Since perch prefer working hours, 9 to 4, there is plenty of daylight for walleyes early and late. The facts support what guides know.  Todd…

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Devils Lake Walleye

Summer fish population surveys by North Dakota fisheries crews peg Devils Lake walleyes, perch and white bass all doing exceptionally well.  “The test netting results showed numbers for all species up over last season and most considerably higher than traditional averages,” said biologist Todd Caspers.” The fish are doing well.  So, too, is tourism according to Tourism executive director Suzie Kenner.  She said, “Tourism has been going really strong.  If the summer activity pace continues, I feel Devils Lake will experience a record year.”…

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Walleye Awards

Leading from start to finish, the husband-wife team of Daren and Heide Schneider slogged through waves approaching five feet to take the AIM Weekend Walleye Series/Yamaha Motor Corp. North Dakota state championship on Lake Sakakawea Aug. 14-15, earning them $7,500, the potential for more incentive cash from AIM sponsor Garmin, and a berth in the 2021 National Championship Shootout. “Team Schneider led by a little the first day and by a lot the second, using Berkley Flicker Minnows throughout in…

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Two Anglers Hold Large Walleye

“Social Distancing” to Devils Lake fishing guides is up close and personal while lifting a walleye in the net.  It’s arranging clients so they can easily watch their slip-bobbers.  And, high-fiving when they catch any of the lake’s popular summer-time species: walleyes, northern pike and white bass.   Life is returning to normal, with business about “even” right now compared to a year ago, according to Suzie Kenner, Devils Lake Tourism executive director.  “Travelers need to take the time to…

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