The more shoreline you cover the more fish you’re going to catch.
Hello, some sunny days this past week as helped fishing somewhat. The main lake and the flats remains hit and miss with colder water temps. People are pitching #5 berkley flicker shads or #5 shad raps. Bleek, black and sliver, or purpledecent seem to be the best colors. With colder temps fish seem a little slow at times, so if you run in to a spot where you are having some hits and follows, throw the anchor out and try to bobber the walleyes with leeches. As for pelican, the ramp is done and useable, fishing has been pretty darn good up there. Find back bays where the wind is blowing in and start pitching away. A lot of nice walleyes and decent pike are being caught. More shoreline you cover the more fish your going to catch. Just be careful, the lake is a lot bigger with a lot of new water to try and things to hit. Interested in a guide, give me a call, 701-230-9469. I have been updating some pictures on the home page, will put some up every week. Thanks and good luck!
Courtesy of Ed’s Bait Shop.