06 2014 »

July 6th Report!

The Bite continues here on Devils Lake!!!!! Limits of walleyes come easy some days (when the wind is blowing), then we have days where we struggle a bit but being persistant and patient pays off. The walleyes can still be found along shallow (under 10 fow) weed edges pulling spinners and pitching cranks. Finding the right combination is key to success, things change from jigs, bobbers, cranks in different colors vary from day to day and so does live bait to plastics. I have been starting to add plastics to my daily plan and getting a little more comfortable using them has been challenging but slowly and with patience it will be good. I know there are alot of kinds of plastics to use but, don’t forget about live bait too!!!! The water temps are starting to rise in the upper 60’s to some spots lower 70’s which in turn are starting to force some fish into deeper structure and their summer patterns. Try fishing the humps and deeper structure and you may be suprised what you may find. Jigs and bobbers work well in this with a leech or a crawler. If you want to search larger areas put the cranks or bottom bouncers on and go!!!!! My schedule has been filling up fast so if you want to experience what Devils Lake has to offer…. Give Big John’s Guide Service a call. Till Next Time… Tight Lines John

Courtesy of Big John’s Guide Service

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