This very fertile prairie lake grows large numbers of Walleye, Northern Pike, White Bass, it has earned the reputation of being the “Perch Capital of the World” and has been ranked as one of the top five fishing lakes in the US. Perch weighing more than two pounds are caught quite frequently. In the fall hundreds of thousands of waterfowl migrate through the area and give both local and visiting hunters outstanding hunting opportunities. Devils Lake derives its name from the Native American name Miniwaukan (”Spirit Water”). Early explorers incorrectly translated the word to mean “Bad Spirit” and bolstered by the many legends of drowned warriors and lake monsters. The name evolved into Devils Lake.
SATURDAY CHAMBER FISHING TOURNAMENT LIVE FEED (click here to watch)
How did the Team in the Smallest Boat Win the Top Prize! They slugged it out on North Dakota’s magical walleye factory, Devils Lake, June 26 and 27. The lake is so popular that the number of teams entered this year, 112, was a 36 percent increase over 2014. Walleye anglers love their boats, and […] [...] READ MORE
The final results have been tallied for the 39th Annual Chamber Walleye Tournament. Click here for results. For all tournament information click here. Thank you to all those that fished the tournament, volunteered their time to help out at the tournament and to those that came to watch the weigh-ins! [...] READ MORE
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The June 26-28 Devils Lake, ND Chamber Walleye Tournament offers anglers a little bit of everything and lots of walleyes. “These people know how to throw a party, and it’s all about fishing,” said tournament director Johnnie Candle, a respected Devils Lake guide and World Walleye Champion. Based on the early interest and entries, this […] [...] READ MORE